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cat·lin

, catling (kat'lin, -ling),
A long, sharp-pointed, double-edged knife used in amputations.
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Magistrates were told that Catling was on a long period of absence from work and was due to return to his job when he committed the offence.
MacMichael and Catling found themselves missing one of Catling's primary supports for the waging of "irregular warfare" drawn from his image of the 3-legged stool that required the support of the people, the commander and his army and the government, an image, no doubt, from his childhood in Suffolk where his family were butchers and farmers.
Catling notes that nickel might be one of several factors that contributed to the changing atmosphere.
Catling scored a blistering first-half treble - the first by an Oxford player in the Varsity match for 88 years - as the Dark Blues completed a 33-29 victory over Cambridge.
Worcester: tries Garrard 3 (11,20,76), Hinshelwood 2 (9,33), Morgan (6), Trueman (18), Windo (49), Catling (55), Jenner (80); conversions Walsh 4 (18,20,49,55), Chalmers 2 (76,80).
Their first from Catling came from a Boer drive, and ten minutes later it was Boer himself who barged over from a lineout.
Mannix kept Gloucester ahead 12-9 with two more penalties, before Chris Catling was sent over behind the posts by Tom Beim for a try which Mannix converted.
In the tradition of the Lumiere Brothers, Brian Catling's Cyclops, 1996, acknowledged that, beyond technics and techniques, the most crucial and magical commodity of cinema is light.
For further information, please contact Richard Catling ( r.catling@tamimi.com ) or Nawal Abdelhadi ( n.abdelhadi@tamimi.com ).
Anyone with information is asked to contact Det Con Rachel Catling
Hannah Williams, Anna Edmonson, Hussain Bismillah, Ella Taylor, Raina Palit, Jo Catling and Cameron Lang achieved gold with Marcus Wade and Theo Redfern-Nichols receiving silver.