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Cathal Casey - Playing Career - Inter-county
... Casey first came to prominence as a member of the Cork minor hurling team in the early 1980s ... Three years later in 1988 Casey won a Munster title with the under-21 team ... By this stage Casey had made his senior debut in National Hurling League games ...
Casey, Australian Capital Territory - Geology
... Casey is underlaid by rocks from the Silurian period ... Along the hill tops the rock is from the Hawkins Volcanics, with mostly dacite in the south, and andesite in the north ...
Buy More - Government Agents - Greta - Fourth Greta
... However, Casey covers with a story that Greta has been stealing from the store and customers, ending the duo's investigation ... that the operation at the Buy More is too unprofessional and expresses disappointment with Casey, but Casey retorts that Team Bartowski is the finest spy ...
Casey Dolan
... Casey Dolan (born on January 21, 1977 in Long Beach, California) is the host of the popular Casey in the Morning Show on in Palm Springs, California ... mornings at KCLB in September 2008, Dolan hosted a morning show on KKUU-FM for 2 years and "Casey and the M Show" for 6 years on KMRJ ...
Casey Hughes - 2009
... Days later, Casey hypnotizes Maddie at Al's Diner and then tries to convince her that nothing happened between him and Alison ... irrational and refuses to hear it, convinced that Casey has a thing for Alison ... Later Casey meets Alison at the park and tells her that him and Maddie aren't right for each other because he's not good enough for her ...

Famous quotes containing the word casey:

    Maybe it’s like Casey says. A fellow ain’t got a soul of his own. Just a little piece of a big soul. The one big soul that belongs to everybody.
    Nunnally Johnson (1897–1977)

    I pass the test that says a man who isn’t a socialist at 20 has no heart, and a man who is a socialist at 40 has no head.
    —William Casey (1913–1987)