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Carling

Will(iam). born 1965, British Rugby Union footballer; captain of England (1988--96)

carling

[′kär·liŋ]
(naval architecture)
A short girder or timber running fore and aft, used to support or stiffen a ship's deck, or to frame an opening in the deck where beams have been cut.
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Not content with the one fix and cans of Carling beer, pasty-faced Pete goes to the room three more times.
The British government has ruled that it will allow the Belgian brewing conglomerate, Interbrew, to keep Bass Brewers if it disposes of the Carling beer business as it had undertaken.
Perhaps it is best known as the maker of Britain's top-selling Carling beer.
CASES heard at Birmingham Magistrates' Court included: Alfred William Natta, 50, of Bristnall Hall Road, Oldbury, guilty of driving whilst having consumed alcohol over the prescribed legal limit, fined pounds 100, pay pounds 85 costs, disqualified from driving for three years, pay victim surcharge of pounds 15; Danny Carroll, 29, of Westwood View, Erdington, guilty of stealing Carling beer worth pounds 40 from the One Stop Shop, jailed for 12 weeks; Kayleigh Anne Hill, 24, of School Road, Birmingham, guilty of assaulting a police officer, given a community order and under curfew for eight weeks, pay compensation of pounds 50, and court costs of pounds 50; Mark Seanay Smith, 41, of no fixed abode, guilty of stealing deodorant worth pounds 35.
At the Booze Barn off-licence, she picked up eight bottles of Carling beer simply by telling the shopkeeper that she was 18.
Also on tape is another incident in July when pasty-faced Pete is filmed having a fix, followed by cans of Carling beer in Wolverhampton civic centre.
TO WIN: All you have to do is pay a visit to Flaherty's in Barcelona and pick up a Carling beer mat.
THE toast was 'absent friends' at Goodison last night as Chelsea tasted the champagne and Everton stared into their flat Carling beer.