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CATT

Abbreviation for:
calcium tolerance test
card agglutination test for Trypanosomiasis
College Advisory Training Team (Medspeak-UK)
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Catt scored 21 points in England's 46-20 win in Buenos Aires 16 years ago and then-manager Jack Rowell was desperate for him to play in the second Test before joining the Lions.
Her incisive barbs against the art world and Catt's (read: Kraus's) marginalized position within it do not always evoke sympathy.
The father, Ronald Catt, and son, Hayden, are being held in the Fort Bend County Jail on $140,000 bonds after being charged with robbery.
Catt, capped 75 times by England, will work alongside Lancaster, Farrell and forwards specialist Graham Rowntree, with his first assignment being the vital QBE autumn internationals.
Catt, who won 75 caps for England, is set to leave his coaching role at Aviva Premiership side London Irish to join the Rugby Football Union after their last game of the season on Saturday and expects to help improve England's backline.
"Stuart has given me this opportunity I just want to take it with both hands," Catt said.
Catt is the latest coach to agree new deals at Irish, following in the footsteps of Booth and defensive
Catt, who was born in South Africa, made his England debut in 1994 and was part of their Five Nations title-winning Grand Slam season the following year.
The trio have signed up at Irish until 2012 and Catt believes they are all ready to take their games to the next level.
The decision was hard for Catt as that spot in Woodward's squad seemed his after an impressive performance in the semifinals against France.
Mr Catt was also carrying a sketchpad and pens in a carrier bag to sketch the protest.
MIKE CATT believes Brian Ashton still has a role to play with the national side despite making some unflattering comments about his tenure in the aftermath of the World Cup.