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, catling (kat'lin, -ling),
A long, sharp-pointed, double-edged knife used in amputations.
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Stephen Catlin said: "The launch of Convex distils vast industry experience and client focus to create the insurance company of the future.
The management team includes well-respected insurance industry experts - all of whom once worked for Catlin Group and XL Catlin, the product of the 2015 purchase of Catlin Group by XL.
Catlin is to launch Convex Group along with Paul Brand, another former Catlin executive.
"The US cycling community suffered a devastating loss with the passing of Kelly Catlin," USA Cycling president Rob DeMartini said in a statement.
cycling community suffered a devastating loss with the passing of Kelly Catlin, our USA Cycling National Team member," our thoughts and prayers are with the Catlin family.
Mark Catlin also confirmed through his letter to Velo News that his daughter had taken her own life.
"VeloNews reported that Catlin's father, Mark, said in a letter to the publication that she died on Friday night at her home in California.
Catlin claimed glory in the team pursuit at three successive world championships on the track between 2016 and 2018.
Falkirk Sheriff Court heard Catlin had dated Lee for less than three months before their relationship "came to an end" when he had been remanded in custody.
'I'm not as talented as the two of you, so I guess I'll just sit here in my cage and try to look my best,' Catlin answered.
Catlin, founder and former CEO of Catlin Group Ltd, who has led the IDF as Chair since its creation in 2016.