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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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Trevor Woodman caught a loose Jeremy Guscott kick and Catling hammered through Bath's defence, releasing Fanolua for another top score.
Only by taking drastic measures can the party win the type of voters needed to end the party's years in opposition, said Ms Catling, who fought West Yorkshire's Calder Valley seat in last year's vote.
A Staffordshire Ambulance Service Trust spokesman said: "The Board are very glad to be able to announce the appointment of a temporary successor, Geoffrey Catling, to ensure that the smooth operations of the Trust are not comprised.
England A team to play Italy A in L'Aquila on Friday: C Catling (Gloucester); L Botham (Cardiff), B Johnston (Saracens), J Ewens (Gloucester), S Brown (Bristol); M Mapletoft (Saracens), M Wood (Wasps); D Flatman (Saracens), A Long (Bath), W Green (Wasps), M Johnson (Leicester, capt), D Grewcock (Saracens), R Winters (Bedford), A Gardiner (Bath), E Pearce (Gloucester).
Mr Catling said: "It has always been our ambition to take a lead on securing the right accreditations, which demonstrates our forward thinking approach.
Catling has experienced numerous highs and lows during the campaign, but it could conclude with a Twickenham cup final appearance - Gloucester's first since 1990, when Bath thrashed them 48-6.
Full back Chris Catling finished off a galloping Gloucester attack and then flying winger Audley Lumsden swept in from the half way line when a Northampton move broke down.
FMG chief executive John Catling said: "As a major employer in the area, it's important that we look to the future and support local young people in their efforts to make the transition from their studies to employment.
The West Country club provide full-back Chris Catling, half-backs Mark Mapletoft and Scott Benton, together with locks Mark Cornwell and Rob Fidler, while another Gloucester player, prop Trevor Woodman, is among the replacements.
Gloucester's try scorers in their first half domination were Chris Fortey, Steve Ojomoh and Chris Catling.
FMG chief executive John Catling said: "FMG has been committed to a focus on incident reduction, through a range of services including telemetry, pre-emptive maintenance and data insight.
Gloucester stand-off Mapletoft scored two tries, converted both and also added the points to scores by Ben Clarke and Chris Catling.