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carrel, cubicle

A small individual compartment or alcove in a library, used for semiprivate study.
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Carrol was left frustrated by a string ofmissed chances that cost Vale vital ground in the league.
DEVERONVALE boss Gregg Carrol has dismissed rumours that he is about to leave the Highland League to take up a managerial post in the Scottish League.
Buckie chairman Mark Duncan has labelled this one 'the biggest Highland League match in 40 years' and his gaffer Carrol has no intention of setting his stall out for a draw.
Three generations of this Speke family -- grandmother Sandy, daughter Carrol and five-year-old grandson Charlie -- take to the streets to sell the distinctive paper flowers as an act of remembrance.
ANDY LOW inspired Buckie to an opening day win - and boss Gregg Carrol says he's like a new signing.
Carrol, who has a full strength squad, said: "It is important every one of our players concentrates today or they will punish us.
Carrol Codrington - Associate General Counsel - $155,000
Carrol said: "I'm just sorry we didn't win it on the day.
Kevin Carrol, Chief Executive Officer of The Medical Center states, "AdvantageHEALTH's involvement with our outpatient rehabilitation programs will assist in improving outcomes from medical hospital stays and help patients to reach their maximum level of functional independence.
0 BUCKIE boss Gregg Carrol watched his 10-man side battle it out for a draw - then insisted he was gutted they didn't take all three points.
Our agreement with Marathon was based on growing customer demand for an effective high availability solution that was less expensive and more effective than traditional cluster technologies," said Carrol L.
Work commitments have restricted the player's role since last season but Carrol played down suggestions he had hung up his boots.