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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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This malt is specially selected and cultivated and is stored separately from other blended malts, to ensure its single variety integrity when used in Carling Blue Label Beer, says brewmaster Danie Odendaal.
Carling Blue Label Beer uses a traditional German noble hop variety to supply a subtle complex character on aroma that results in a slight spicy, floral and herby note.
The master brewers of Carling have brought to life a bold new beer with a refreshing taste, Carling Blue Label beer.
Son Thomas was unhappy and asked to go home and Lisa and Carling drove down to collect him.
The historians verdict may well be that Carling was the most significant figure in the tortuous evolution of English rugby.
Carling was the front man for eight momentous years and was at the helm when amateur rugby, which he only partially despised, sold its culture and its soul.
But let not history judge Carling as the man who led England into professionalism.
Carling was at the height of his influence when the old tenets were about to collapse but his demand was that the administration recognise the ridiculous demands made on top players.
After a troubled mid-season spell, Carling revealed last night: "I saw Andy Keast and a number of options are open to me - retirement being one of them.
Harlequins coach Keast closed his talk with Carling under the clear impression that he was retiring.
Harlequiins have clearly been uncertain over whether to retain Carling, who turned 32 last month.
Carling, who has had problems with form and fitness and is currently recovering from a broken hand, was recently dropped by Keast.