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cat·lin

, catling (kat'lin, -ling),
A long, sharp-pointed, double-edged knife used in amputations.

catling

a long, sharp, double-edged knife used in amputation. Also called catlin.
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What Catling doesn't state in that sentence, but what he demonstrates in the memorandum, is that the Jewish Agency and its affiliated organizations are at war with the UN authority in Palestine, the British Mandate Palestine Government.
Two minutes from time Catling raced in for the fifth and final try.
Catling set about emulating Jacot after just six minutes with a brilliant turn of pace to beat winger James Greenwood and then power through Richards to open the scoring.
Catling, 21, joined the London Irish academy after playing alongside Cipriani at Whitgift school - often starting at fly-half ahead of the England international - but he was not offered professional terms by the Exiles.
Catling said: "First and foremost I have got another year of studies at Oxford but in the future I'd definitely like to play professionally.
DARK KNIGHTS: Tim Catling (right), who scored three tries celebrates with team captain, Chepstow-born Peter Clarke
Fitwell (Mick Catling, Kurtis Griffiths, Richard Murphy) go top of the under-17s after beating Harcourt (John Dale) 3-1.
Paul Brown, Wendy Catling, Sue and Nicholas Evans, Martin Green; Jane Luchford, Patrick Branson, Jean Beckwith, Rod Bird; Helen Gough, Terry Minor, Anna Steemson and John Waldron; Helen Gough, Terry Minor, Anna Steemson and John Waldron; Althea Wills and Laura Eaves
Therefore, Catling comments in the same issue of Nature, Opportunity's landing site would be a good candidate for a future mission that can return samples to Earth.
Winger Nnandi Ezulike finished an excellent counter-attack as he ran in from 40 metres and then full-back Chris Catling scored the fourth, bonus-point, try which was the try of the match.
Richard Catling, of Nuneaton-based PR firm Crest Communications, said: "I've had about three or four of these e-mails in the last two weeks.
Chris Catling scored the first of Gloucester's four second-half tries - Chris Fortey, Andy Gomarsall and James Simpson-Daniel got the others.