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Synonyms for cob

nut of any of several trees of the genus Corylus

stocky short-legged harness horse

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white gull having a black back and wings

adult male swan

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Granger Cobb worked in the senior living industry for virtually his entire career.
When Cobb was confronted with his true identity - a man with several felony warrants - he took off on foot, police said.
Clark Baird, marketing manager for North America said, "We are excited to provide the practical features that will help our users learn about the vast distribution network of Cobb products throughout the world .
Previous Experience: With Cobb, the chamber is getting a COO with extensive experience in both media and Little Rock's business environment.
It's a convienient thing to say, because so far, no one in Cobb Co.
Cobb, 61, a self-described white supremacist, has purchased about a dozen lots in the community about 60 miles southwest of Bismarck.
After the initial arrest, Harmon was ordered to stay away from Cobb, although both drivers decided to finish out the remainder of the racing season.
As the young university student recruited by Cobb to design the mission's dream-world, Ariadne functions as a proxy for the audience and as Cobb's personal psychotherapist.
Kingwill began his career with Cobb Hill 22 years ago as a carpenter.
Cobb lends himself to a study of this type because of the intensity with which fans responded to him.
When his two worlds collided, Cobb started thinking about the connections between history and hip-hop, and his book To the Break of Dawn emerged.
The expansion includes MarkWest's previously announced expansion of its Cobb gas plant, which will increase the total processing capacity to approximately 70 MMcf/d by mid 2009.
Cobb brings together Shakespeare, performance criticism, romance, genre study, mimesis, heroic action, wonder, and social transformation, among other subjects.
The Cobb County school system is the second largest public school district in Georgia, but in 2002, the board of education surrendered to a religious pressure campaign and announced its plan to warn students that evolution is "a theory, not a fact" and that it should be "critically considered.
The group included Henry Cobb, FAIA; Bruce Fowle, FAIA; Robert Campbell, FAIA; Kevin Roche, FAIA; Charles Gwathmey, FAIA; Terrence Riley, AIA; and Toshiko Mori, FAIA.