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These, however, were to go no farther than Carli, where water transportation ceased and where they were to wait with the boats.
Here at Carli, next morning, half-way through the grass-lands, the boat's-crews were left, and with them the horde of Binu men, the boldest of which held on for a bare mile and then ran scampering back.
Night brought them to Carli, and they had the satisfaction of knowing that they had accomplished in one day what had required two days for Tudor's expedition.
The final speaker was Carli Skaggs, the pitcher's wife, who made a last-minute decision to share poignant memories of her life since their marriage last winter.
"Carli, you doing OK?" Lopez asked, then sitting on Lloyd's lap as she sang a slowed-down version of "If You Had My Love," her debut single released in 1999.
Iris Whitton and Carli Deacon both won medals at the championships in Perth.
"To play with Carli Lloyd at Manchester City was unbelievable," midfielder Stanway said.
The Olde Young Tea House was opened in 2010 by a then-23-year-old Carli, who announced in October last year that she was stepping aside.
Carli, from Formby, said: "I don't think doctors believed it could be that because it was quite unusual for someone of my age to have it.
However, after reading a book called "Hurry Up And Meditate", Carli said she began to practice the relaxation technique - which "changed her life".
Easy course: Novices: Carli Sherwin (Beta) 2, Sam Sagar (Sherco) 3.
Carli Norris in Turn of the Screw Pic: ROBERT WORKMAN Tim Luscombe's brilliant new adaptation of Henry James' novella dramatises the thrilling story in a new and surprising way.
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