Carolin


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Car´o`lin


n.1.A former gold coin of Germany worth nearly five dollars; also, a gold coin of Sweden worth nearly five dollars.
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then one of the joint venture partners of the Carolin Mine/Ladner Creek gold project.
This year's inaugural winner was Carolin Madwar of McGill's Bruce Lennox Lab.
A full-length feature thriller made by two German female Filmmakers, Carolin Von Petzholdt and Ursel Walldorf, in Hollywood.
In Europe: Carolin Stahler Marketing Communications Manager Europe Yingli Green Energy Europe GmbH Email: carolin.
Birdsong, starring Peter Duncan, George Banks and Carolin Stoltz, will run at Cork's Everyman Theatre from Monday, May 12 to Saturday, May 17.
Peter Duncan, George Banks and Carolin Stoltz will be heading the cast of the 2014 national tour of Rachel Wagstaff's stage play Birdsong, adapted from the novel by Sebastian Faulks.
The book will be released in Norway and in the US, and the 'Magic Mike' star and his producing partner Reid Carolin are hoping to make the story their next project, according to Deadline.
Aberdeen anthropology student Carolin Cordes, 27, said: "I'm actually happier if we get the euro.
She leaves three children, Jean Heller and her husband James of East Brookfield, Carolin Stebbins and her husband Dale of Brimfield and Gary Bennett and his wife Donna of West Brookfield; four grandchildren, Jan, Corey, Colleen and Carly; seven great-grandchildren and many nieces and nieces.
Network, network, network," says Carolin Zeitler, founder and CEO of Doha-based How Women Work Conferences and Tataowar Coaching and Consulting.
The "Magic Mike" actor is taking time to find a project to direct and produce along with Reid Carolin, reports (http://insidemovies.
The 32-year-old actor is apparently in the running to direct the film alongside the original director Steven Soderbergh's long-term producer Reid Carolin.