CARIN

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CARINComputer-Aided Research in Nursing
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"I've seen her house, and I've seen that batch o' children, wearin' one another's clothes and never carin' whether they had 'em on right sid' out or not; I know what they've had to live and dress on, and so do you.
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Carin, who works at Brandon Hall Hotel, in Main Street, Brandon, said: "My dad, Tony, enjoys running because he takes part in triathlons and he has tried to persuade me to take part in races before.
"But I was surprised she was so up-front when I met her at her house and Carin's.
But he now faces having to chose between staying in Scotland without Carin - or moving to Zimbabwe with her, where they have no home, no money or access to medical care.
Scientists at Sweden's National Board of Forensic Medicine have now found DNA links to Carin Goering's son, which at last prove their identity.
Biopharmaceutical company Gentium SpA (Nasdaq:GENT) reported on Tuesday the election of Dr Carin Heringa as its senior vice president and scientific director effective 1 March 2012.
"The balanced sharing of responsibilities and equal opportunities must be fully planned for, assessed and resolved", said Carin Palmcrantz, the President of the Equal Opportunities For Men and Women Group.
COVENTRY mum Carin Moore is looking for a city song to turn her into a TV star.
High-flier Inkster posted a five-under 67 and leads by one shot from fellow- American Brandie Burton and Swede Carin Koch, who both fired 69s.
Carin, 29, waived her right to anonymity but asked for her surname to be withheld.
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