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Meanwhile, internal affairs confronted Cates with DNA evidence linking him and the victim.
“I am here today because Officer Cates is a very bad man,” she said.
She returned to court on Jan. 18, to see Cates remanded, pending sentencing in April, when he faces a maximum of life in prison.
Cates appeared and grabbed her by the waist, spinning her around.
In other words, Cates was still a cop and she was still an inner-city teenage single mom.
We soon roused and pressed him closely through the fields of castor-oil and rare-cates.A Journey to Katmandu|Laurence Oliphant
The daintiest meats and cates are served by the deftest waiters.
Upon so light a foundation they build upper works, as high as they wish, of bamboo upon the cates.
All that structure finds its support and staunchness in what they call the cates, which are the buoys of which we have spoken.
A pico of one hundred cates is equivalent to five arrobas, twelve and one-half libras, in the new arrangement.