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a long double-edged knife used for amputations

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Five minutes into injury time, Richard Tombs and Terry Fanolua combined sweetly to allow Catling to crash over under the post.
WORCESTER: Catling, Ezulike, Roke, Trueman (Walsh, 65), Gerrard, Chalmers (Brown, 65), Swanepoel (O'Reilly, 58), Windo, Hall (Pearl, 40), Olver (Davis, 58), Zaltzman (Morgan, 69), Gillies, Evans, Pfister, Jenner.
Mapletoft also combined with Catling to bundle over Lougheed in the corner as the Leicester winger threatened to score his second try but then Stimpson reduced the lead with his third penalty.
With Otley immediately put under pressure in their own 22, a poor kick by fly-half Simon Binns picked out Catling on halfway and his surging run allowed winger Nnamdi Ezulike a free run to the line.
Sue Catling, of Farndon, Chester, claims the time has come for radical action to make the party more representative of the electorate.
McLean marked a fine display with his second try and Chris Yates sparked Gloucester's late scoring spree with Chris Catling and Andy Hazell adding touchdowns.
The backs finally got in on the act in the 35th minute when Chris Catling scored from Mapletoft's clever pass.
Commenting on FMG's reappointment, chief executive officer John Catling said: "This is great news for FMG and road users at large.
Geoffrey Catling, currently the Trust's Executive Director of Production, will take up the post from April 1 - the day after Mr Thayne leaves.
Gloucester centre Joe Ewens fills Greenwood's midfield vacancy, with opportunities also handed to Kingsholm full-back Chris Catling and Saracens' utility man Mark Mapletoft, selected at fly-half.
Outside-half Simon Mannix conjured up a slick reverse pass to Chris Catling who burst through the Sale defence before finding Beim.
FULL-BACK Chris Catling ran a hat-trick past the champions as Gloucester turned on a super show at Kingsholm .
FMG chief executive John Catling said: "With the business-critical work FMG carries out for companies, it is vital that we avoid disruption irrespective of unforeseen events.
A midfield change of direction by Beim caught Quins out of position for Chris Catling to claim Gloucester's second try.
Catling has subsequently received unstinting support from family, friends and team-mates, notably Gloucester captain Dave Sims, who lost his hair in 1991.