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car·line this·tle

(kahr'lēn this'ĕl)
Herbal made from Carlina acaulis; of purported therapeutic value in antisepsis and in treating menstrual disorders; seizures in users have been reported.
Synonym(s): felon herb, mugwort.
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Mr Carline, a Liverpool council employee, is working with Signature to create the Shankly experience for guests from around the world.
Carline hopes to start a seven-a-side league based at Cardinal Heenan on two nights a week - one will be for corporate teams and the other simply for anyone over-16.
Sharon Carline said: "I still can't believe it, I'm still a bit numb.
Shearer hit the first from a 75th-minute penalty, with Dorchester's Matt Oldring being sent off, and then Carline nodded home a second six minutes from time.
Carline had earlier headed an Osborne corner against the outside of the post but that apart, Bedworth seemed fairly comfortable against the visitors' pace.
The news comes as the region prepares to welcome Carline Flint this weekend.
Gayle Carline creates scenes that are high-charged and appealing, including the insights of male protagonists as well as the central female figure: something that rounds out the action and special interests quite well: "Her breath was a soft breeze in his ear as she confessed her innocence, and he could almost feel the strength of her heartbeat, pounding like a horse's hooves.
Megan Carline, in the youth age group, swam brilliantly but narrowly missed out on a Euro call-up after touching home in an excellent time of 1:00.
Keen footballer Terry Carline will play in a charity match at the Riverside Stadium.
Wendy Bergman and her staff, Carline of Metro-West, Dr.
JOHN CARLINE, 51 Moorlands, Prudhoe, Northumberland NE42 5LR.
In the on course side contests Rebecca Fisher won the nearest to the pin on hole two, while Carline Valdez won the longest putt prize on hole 16.