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(kăr′əl), James 1854-1907.
British-born American physician noted for his research on yellow fever. In 1900 he deliberately infected himself with the disease for experimental purposes.
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After all, Carroll originally knocked on Alan Pardew's door for a new contract back in January that year and the conversation ended with him being walked to Mike Ashley's helicopter to complete a PS35m move to Anfield.
Carroll soon rose to the first-team ranks and started attracting some A-list admirers.
Carroll agrees and they make their way to the store's lingerie section.
Carroll, now 75, stated that the two recognized each other in the store, and Trump told her he needed to buy a gift for a female friend and suggested Carroll try on a lace bodysuit.
Carroll continued to dictate play in the tiebreaker, leading 10-4 and arriving at match point at 14-7.
Carroll's entry into the print media was fortuitous.
Carroll had become political, There were still cinema, TV and radio appearances, but she felt much more fulfilled as an ambassador for world peace.
Robert Douglas-Fairhurst's The Story of Alice: Lewis Carroll and the Secret History of Wonderland, published by Harvard University Press's Belknap imprint, was also timed perfectly to coincide with the anniversary, and it may be that this lends the book some needed relevance.
The former Liverpool striker has struggled with injuries ever since he moved to Upton Park but has seen his stock rise in recent weeks - with some calling for Carroll to now be included in Roy Hodgson's England squad for the European Championships.
Carroll said: "I will keep the haircut all season if I keep scoring.