Carling

• (n.) A short timber running lengthwise of a ship, from one transverse desk beam to another; also, one of the cross timbers that strengthen a hath; -- usually in pl.
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Carling

[sailing] In shipbuilding, carlings are two pieces of timber laid fore and aft under the deck of a ship, from one beam to another, directly over the keel. They serve as a foundation for the whole body of the ship; on these the ledges rest, whereon the planks of the deck, and other structures are fastened. The ends of the curlings are let cu...
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carling

A longitudinal structural member at the cockpit perimeter supporting the inboard side of the side deck. (See COAMING)
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Carling

Carling (formerly Carling Black Label) is a Canadian lager by Molson, now brewed in Britain and one of Britain's most popular beers. Carling is a typical, modern, industrial lager - bland, sweet and fizzy and served very cold. Carling Black Label was first introduced to Britain in 1953, and was adopted by the Burton-on-Trent brewing company Bass as...
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