The name Miraclesuit has quite a lot of cache in the swimwear industry because their advanced technology makes it possible for you to look up to 10 pounds slimmer- just by wearing the suit.
Using your new cache of movement verbs, why not try and create some sentences to talk about what you do during the year, what sports you enjoy or how you get through your day.
On the inside you get an impressive line-up of high-tech hardware, including an Intel Core 2 Duo T6600 processor, a 2 MB L2 cache and 800 MHz front side bus, which is more than adequate even for the most avid gamer.
Berry Gordy started Tamla Records before he started Motown - and in fact, in the UK, most Motown releases were actually on the Tamla Motown imprint - but it is Motown that did (and does) have the cache.
Lady Hamilton Vintage: The dreamy gothic romance of bygone days remains the most alluring aspect of these vintage-styled watches, but within their inner workings lie a surprising cache of functionality.
Abercrombie and Fitch - Abercrombie and Fitch operates very much the same way as Aéropostale.This name brand can be more pricey than others, but there's a certain amount of cache to wearing the label.
John Carmack, author of Doom, said that if Atari "offered a dynamic cache on the RISC processors and had a tiny bit of buffering on the blitter, it could have put a reasonable fight against Sony."
Indeed, the main function of the cache sexe, like the penis sheath, appears to be one of drawing attention to the female secondary sex characteristics by intermittently concealing them.
End of the Cache valley poured its waters into the Columbia river system.
Alfalfa (or lucerne) formed the principal part of the hay crop in 1899, and was produced chiefly in the counties of Utah (95,316 tons), Salt Lake (91,266 tons), Cache (64,543 tons) and Boxelder (50,019 tons), all in the northern part of the state.