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To skin an animal. In the Cookery by Mrs. Glasse is the direction, “Take your hare when it is cased, … and make a pudding …” The witticism, “First catch your hare,” may possibly have been suggested by this direction, but it is not in the Art of Cookery made Plain and Easy.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Carthagena
Carthaginem esse Delendam (censeo)
Carthaginian Faith
Carthusians
Cartoons
Cartridge Paper
Caryates or Caryatids
Caryatic Order or Caryatidic Order
Casabianca
Casca
Case (To)
Case-hardened
Cashier
Casino
Casket Homer
Caspar
Cassandra
Cassation
Cassi
Cassibelan
Cassio (in Shakespeare’s Othello)

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