from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Carlton, Steven Norman Known as "Steve.” Born 1944. American baseball player. As a left-handed pitcher with the Philadelphia Phillies (1972-1985), he became the first pitcher to win four Cy Young Awards (1972, 1977, 1980, and 1982).
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. Any of several placenames in northern England.
- proper n. A habitational surname. from any of these places.
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The big panel with Damon and Carlton is on Saturday, so check back this weekend to find out if any bombshells are dropped.
Calmachie 64.5, (Uzbekistan 64.5), Parkhead 62 (Bangladesh 62), Dalmarnock 58, (lower than Sudan) and Carlton is 54.
You should also consider that Carlton is also saying that the beard is optional.
They're right that they can do what they like, but the Carlton is seen as the ancestral home of the Conservative Party, and in my view until it changes its policy Conservatives should have nothing to do with it.
The Carlton is much more feminine than many of the other London Clubs that I know (I was a junior manager in “Clubland” a number of years ago).
After lunching at Jack's penthouse in Carlton, we knew that he'd be wonderful to work with as he is a very keen singer who charmed us through all 3 courses.
The building next to the Ritz Carlton, is the Wachovia building.
So the foreign secretary felt able to house his mistress in Carlton House Gardens at the taxpayer's expense, Ben Bradshaw's significant other travels abroad with him (while we pick up the tab), and an MP who posts snaps of himself in his Calvins on a contact website, advertising for a good hard ****, reacts to questions with 'so what?'.
One unique one was third baseman Ron Coomer of the Minnesota Twins and honorary AL captain Carlton Fisk, the former Red Sox and White Sox star catcher.
They peek, like Fay Weldon in Carlton House Terrace.
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