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Carling

Will(iam). born 1965, British Rugby Union footballer; captain of England (1988--96)
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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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1 JOHN WEST SALMON; 2 TANGO; 3 HAMLET; 4 JOHN SMITH'S; 5 CARLING BLACK LABEL
And he hopes the promise of a pint of Carling Black Label at pounds 1.40 will attract more customers during the quiet Sunday through to Thursday period.
Their shopping list included pounds 79.90 on rose wine , pounds 5.96 on Tesco Strong Cider, pounds 5.98 on Carling Black Label, pounds 8.98 on Budweiser, pounds 37.70 on Black Tower wine and pounds 34.99 on Champagne.
followed in 1997 with the introduction of its Carling Black Label brand - said to be the most popular in Britain - in a single-serve plastic bottle.
For example, choose all domestically brewed beers, ranging from budget brands (Piels, Carling Black Label, Ballantine) and middle-priced brews (Budweiser, Miller High Life) to super premium beers (Lowenbrau, Michelob) and those produced by microbreweries (Anchor Steam, New Amsterdam, Samuel Adams).
'It was exciting to be awarded all three spots in the hotly contested International Lager category, with Tanzania's Kilimanjaro Premium Lager and South Africa's Carling Black Label claiming silver and bronze,' says Tshepo Tloubatla, Beer Culture manager, SAB and AB InBev Africa.
We'd rather just watch those old Carling Black Label ads which are perhaps more memorable than anything else comedians Mark Arden and Steve Frost ever did.
I like Carling Black Label, but I don't like the Carling Black Label Cup.
They stole an 11 gallon barrel of Guinness, an 11 gallon barrel of mild beer and four 22 gallon barrels of Carling Black Label lager.
Distinguishing themselves alongside Merton were the likes of Steve Frost - he of the Carling Black Label TV ads - with some impro musical ideas from Richard Vrench.
For much of that time, despite Alan's imaginative attempts to persuade regulars to try something a bit different, the bulk of their sales was "Brown Ale, Carling Black Label and Concorde."
They called the police and when officers caught up with the trio, at allotments beside the River Usk, they discovered 9 1/2 trays of Carling Black Label belonging to a Newport haulage company.