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  • S. CHIEF PETTY OFFICER S.EVE CARLETON, U.S. COAS. GUARD: They actually will take them, put them on the surface of the water and work them across the surface, because the oil is floating up on the top, there.

    CNN Transcript Jul 25, 2008

  • S.EVE CARLETON, U.S. COAS. GUARD: They actually will take them, put them onto the surface of the water and work them across the surface because the oil is floating up on the top there.

    CNN Transcript Jul 26, 2008

  • S.EVE CARLETON, U.S. COAS. GUARD: They actually will take them, put them on the surface of the water and work them across the surface because the oil is floating up on the top there and when they get dirty they'll bag them up and then they'll cart them off for disposal.

    CNN Transcript Jul 26, 2008

  • CARLETON GRIFFIN, CHOIR MEMBER: Living in cardboard boxes, abandoned building, vacant cars.

    CNN Transcript Dec 23, 2007

  • CARLETON GRIFFIN, CHOIR MEMBER: My rap sheet is probably longer than this tape.

    CNN Transcript Dec 24, 2007

  • CARLETON: We didn't see the wink, but I was trying really hard to look at the photo and really sense what Micah was feeling and I did feel strength there.

    CNN Transcript Oct 13, 2005

  • MARIE-HELENE CARLETON, AUTHOR, "AMERICAN HOSTAGE": He'd been kidnapped for three days, and I had just returned to the United States and I didn't know that.

    CNN Transcript Oct 13, 2005

  • CARLETON: When the video threat was first released on Wednesday, it was the shattering of all hope.

    CNN Transcript Oct 13, 2005

  • TEX CARLETON 1932-1940 A sidearm pitcher who would occasionally sag.

    The Neyer/James Guide To Pitchers

  • An 'then we talked o' jazzin 'an' the BILLIE CARLETON case,

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 156, April 16, 1919

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