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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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UK Carline also revealed that Saturday is the worst day for drivers to be hit by fines for staying too long in a car park or straying into a bus lane.
As desvantagens demonstradas pelos 3 estudos apresentaram baixa absorcao de nutrientes (Farias, e colaboradores, 2006; Valezi, e colaboradores, 2004; Carline, 2001).
In Smooth Sailing To Venture Capital Funding: A Real World Guide For Entrepreneurs and Investors, authors and executive management experts Ronald Carline and Therese Moss use sea metaphors to drive home its lessons in fundraising.
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In a broken down bus with two unlikely companions, Carline sets off on the great American road trip, riding from Massachusetts back to her Texas roots, seeking healing connection with her Aunt Frankie, the woman who raised her.
Carline also finds demolition processors with interchangeable jaws to be the "workhorse" of the job.
Carline Vandenelsen had copies of her book pulled from bookstore shelves after her ex-husband, Craig Merkley, threatened the store owners with legal action.
In a commentary in Jerusalem Post that refers to "Blair's perfidy", columnist Carline Glick says Blair has "crossed the line that separates simple political hypocrisy from immorality".
Another priestess, 27-year-old Carline Pyrame, said voodoo holidays are held several times a year to worship African gods and seasons.
LOS ANGELES -- Burson-Marsteller, a leading global public relations and communications firm, announced today the appointment of Carline Jorgensen as a Managing Director in the U.
Moors could have been on level terms at the break had a George Carline header not hit the upright and a more direct approach in the second half saw them launch a barrage of long throws from James Bowen into the Sutton box.
On 45 minutes, the experienced shotstopper was called on again, this time pulling off a brilliant point blank save to keep out a Carline header.