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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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From its founding in 1920 as Carling Tool and Machine through the evolution to manufacturing as Carlingswitch to today's Carling Technologies, Carling has always forged a tradition of leadership in quality and product innovation.
Born at 38, Addison Street, Liverpool, in the Holy Cross parish in 1857, James Carling was one of six children born to Henry and Rose Carling.
Carling said he snapped after he was verbally abused as he played for Roseworth against Norton at the William Newton Centre in Norton.
22 Tom Heaton Age: 25 Pos: Goalkeeper Carling Cup 11/12: 6 apps/0 goals Former Manchester United scholar with great shot-stopping ability.
And thanks to Carling, you can also tell them what your Perfect Pint Experience is and they will make the best five happen, with each one worth up to pounds 15,000.
That's right, we've teamed up with Carling to offer you a free pint.
And while you're there, you'll also be in with a 1 in 10 chance of winning Carling branded prizes, tickets to top sporting events, as well as the ultimate prize of a chance to win 1 of 5 Perfect Pint Experiences, worth up to pounds 15,000 each.
Craig Levein's men will kick off the Carling Nations Cup next month in Dubl in aga ins t Northern Ireland, with Wales and the Republic of Ireland also taking part.
And to help you dress for the occasion, we've teamed up with Carling to offer five lucky readers the chance to each win a pounds 500 clothes shopping spree.
The move is part of a marketing campaign starting in June that will see Coors put Carling ads into women's magazines for the first time to address what it claims are misconceptions about the calorie content of beer.
Portsmouth's 1-0 victory over Cardiff in last season's FA Cup final was a wonderful reward for Redknapp's work on the south coast and he has a great chance of achieving further glory with his new employers, who were a best-priced 7-2 for Carling Cup glory before the start of last night's quarterfinal matches.
Held on the "toffs" street of Bold Street, where pavement art was once forbidden, the event will celebrate the life of Victorian artist James William Carling.