catling


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catling

(ˈkætlɪŋ)
n
1. (Surgery) a long double-edged surgical knife for amputations
2. rare catgut or a string made from it
3. (Animals) an archaic word for kitten
[C17: from cat1 + -ling1]
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Noun1.catling - a long double-edged knife used for amputations
surgical knife - a very sharp knife used in surgery
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The eyes of the whole harried world would soon be fixed upon this humane and gentle system, and royal butchers would presently begin to disappear; their subjects would fill the vacancies with catlings from our own royal house; we should become a fac- tory; we should supply the thrones of the world; within forty years all Europe would be governed by cats, and we should furnish the cats.
Journalist Patrick Skene Catling titled his autobiography Better Than Working.
by Richard Catling - Partner - Corporate / Mergers & Acquisitions - r.catling@tamimi.com - Dubai Maze Tower
Bandar Al Hamidani (Corporate, Saudi Arabia), Emad Salameh (Litigation, Saudi Arabia), Fady Ghanem (Corporate Structuring, Dubai), Jongeun [Christina] Lee (Korea Group, Abu Dhabi), Mohammad Al Muhtaseb (Litigation, Dubai), Richard Catling (Corporate, Dubai), and Sherif Rahman (Corporate Structuring, Dubai) will all join the partnership effective July 1.
Bandar Al Hamidani (Corporate, KSA), Emad Salameh (Litigation, KSA), Fady Ghanem (Corporate Structuring, Dubai), Jongeun [Christina] Lee (Korea Group, Abu Dhabi), Mohammad Al Muhtaseb (Litigation, Dubai), Richard Catling (Corporate, Dubai), and Sherif Rahman (Corporate Structuring, Dubai) will all join the partnership effective 1 July, 2018.
"There's a direct path from the conclusions of our work to the possible discovery, which would be a historic one, of life elsewhere," said senior author David Catling, a planetary scientist and astrobiologist at the University of Washington in Seattle.
Luke Catling said he was stressed about returning to his pressurised and volatile job after taking long-term sick leave.
I asked John Catling, the CEO and a founder of WheelRight, how motorists engage with the system.
Christine Catling, Allison Cummins & Rosemarie Hogan
John Catling, chief executive of WheelRight, said the invention would improve efficiency .
Brian Catling, shortlisted artist for the ACE Award for art in a religious context for his processional cross for Dorchester Abbey, has completed a second commission from St Martin-in-the-Fields.