CARSE


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CARSEColorado Association of Road Supervisors and Engineers
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Carse said it is necessary to liberalize the banking market to maintain Hong Kong's position as a leading international financial center.
Carse is a bowler who has shown promise with the bat rather than a genuine allrounder at this early stage of his career.
For all their talent, Carse, Weighell, Usman Arshad and the Coughlin brothers have not yet shown themselves to be robust enough to be relied on as bowlers throughout a county season.
Near the end another penalty by Jimmy Carse secured the points for the visitors.
In his book Bannockburn: Scotland's Greatest Ever Battlefield Triumph, he claims the 1314 battle took place to the north- east of the current Robert the Bruce statue on an area known locally as the Carse.
The wicketkeeper, who was unbeaten on 50 overnight, was accompanied in a 79-run stand by Brydon Carse (45) and then shared an 86-run partnership with Onions (38) as Durham moved past 350.
It was an excellent bowling performance from the 34-year-old, and fit-again Brydon Carse, who bafflingly finished wicketless.
AS one of five South Africans in this week's Surrey versus Durham match, Brydon Carse did not feel out of place.
She claimed the councillor, who represents Carse, Kinnaird and Tryst, had paid back just pounds 500 in seven instalments.
In a separate incident, another two-year-old survived after slipping and falling 15ft from the window of a flat in Carse, Inverness.
But Robert only JUST scraped top spot after finishing dead level on points with Andrew Carse from Northampton.
But Michael Richardson, who ended the day on 50 not out, and Brydon Carse, put on 56 for the eighth wicket as the shadows lengthened to sour the day slightly for the hosts.