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, catling (kat'lin, -ling),
A long, sharp-pointed, double-edged knife used in amputations.
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However, now Catlin - found guilty of careless riding at Kempton on Wednesday, and Fairley, who committed his latest riding offence at Lingfield on Saturday - have been referred, five of the top seven riders in the all-weather championship will have reached the totting-up threshold, with Robert Winston and Jimmy Quinn having also served bans this winter.
When he's speaking clearly, watch out,'' Catlin warns, shaking his head.
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There will never be enough insurance capital to take that risk," Catlin said.
With 25-years of relevant experience, Agatep joins XL Catlin from Liberty Mutual where he served as senior vice president of Global A&H.
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The 57-year-old Catlin carded three superb sub-80 rounds -- 76-72-79 -- in the 54-hole tournament, winning by a wide margin over runner-up Amy Miller and third-place finisher Michelle Lemay.
Catlin is the title sponsor of the Catlin Seaview Survey, a major scientific expedition that is documenting the composition and health of oceans, particularly coral reefs, around the world.
This is a biography of George Catlin (1796-1872), who became famous for painting Native American tribes of the Northern Plains--more than 30 tribes--thereby memorializing them before their extermination as he viewed it.
Wi-jun-jon, Pigeon's Egg Head (The Light), Going to and Returning from Washington (oil on canvas, 1837-39) was painted after Catlin met the Assiniboine/Nakoda warrior twice, once before he went to Washington for treaty negotiations and again after his return from the east.