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Sally Cato
... Sally Cato is the lead singer of the 1980s glam rock/metal band Smashed Gladys and former singer of Toronto punk-era band, The Concords ... As of 1996, Cato is the owner of a New York City marketing and design firm, mostly creating material for entertainment film, Broadway and West End theatre shows such as Eric ... Cato has been a Tibetan Buddhist for most of her adult life ...
Cato Hoeben
... Cato Hoeben is a film composer who composed his first feature Exteriors in 2011 and has assisted composer Theo Green on a number of other films such as Blue Moon and House at the End of the Street ... In 2008 Cato scored Wildscreen Festival BBC Newcomer (Panda) Award winner White Wood by director Lou Astbury and went on to score Hudson’s Monarch by ...
Lucius Valerius Flaccus (consul 195 BC) - Career
... and ally of the young plebeian soldier Marcus Porcius Cato, later called Cato the Elder, during the earlier years of the Second Punic War ... In a "hotly contested" election, Flaccus became censor along with Cato in 184 ... Both he and Cato sought to defend Roman tradition against Hellenism ...
Cato, New York
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Anticato - Background
... Cato was a famously stubborn Stoic, who came into conflict with Caesar at the Catiline conspiracy trial ... Cato argued for capital punishment for Lucius Sergius Catilina and his conspirators, so as to set an example and discourage similar treason ... The Senate agreed with Cato, and the executions were carried out the rebel army disbanded and fled ...

Famous quotes containing the word cato:

    I would much rather have men ask why I have no statue than why I have one.
    —Marcus Porcius Cato The Elder (234–149 B.C.)

    When the rose reigns, and locks with ointments shine,
    Let rigid Cato read these lines of mine.
    Robert Herrick (1591–1674)