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Dar·ling

(dar'ling),
Samuel Taylor, U.S. physician in Panama, 1872-1925. See: Darling disease.
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Darling, who will start against the Blackhawks tonight at the United Center, has lost his starting job to 34-year-old veteran Cam Ward.
The Darling Exchange will include a ground floor market hall, mezzanine restaurant, a childcare centre and a rooftop bar and restaurant with views over Tumbalong Park, the Chinese Gardens and Cockle Bay.
Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour will be the first new-build 5-star hotel the city has seen in more than 15-years and it is positioned to become the flagbearer of the Australian hotel industry.
Darling brings more than 20 years of executive management and leadership experience from publicly-traded, commercial-stage companies including Baxter Healthcare, Smith and Nephew, ConMed, and Wyeth-Ayerst.
Darling is currently interim president and CEO of the National Quality Forum and the past president and CEO of the National Business Group on Health (NBGH).
He said: "I am very pleased to welcome Mr Darling to our board.
Labour leader Ed Miliband said: "Alistair Darling has distinguished himself as an extraordinary public servant.
The Delta Darling is a 28-foot-long trailer from 1975 (the same year as the founding of Darling's Fine Things of Newport) and features a carefully selected array of the retailer's options.
Darling, who raped a 13-year-old girl, had cut his electronic surveillance bracelet shortly after 2.
In Zimbabwe, Darling and her friends at times witness violent events.
Darling was excited by the fact that the set was loaded with smart, strong women both behind the camera and in front of it, so while being "glamorous and professional," the set was alive with an "atmosphere of positivity.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-December 16, 2013--Goldman, JP Morgan and BMO lead Darling stock raise