corduroy

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Synonyms for corduroy

a cut pile fabric with vertical ribs

a road made of logs laid crosswise

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build (a road) from logs laid side by side

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The Corderoys are involved in London life with events such as the Marathon and Lord Mayor's Parade and have been thinking of moving closer for some time.
Cook FJ, Orchard VA, Corderoy DM (1985) Effects of lime and water content on soil respiration.
Our selection of Health Language's language engine reflects the goals of the NHS' IT initiative," said Mark Corderoy, CEO of Adiuri Systems Ltd.
Teresa Corderoy, manager of the garden centre on Yarm Road, said: "One of the benefits of having a real Christmas tree is that it can be better for the environment.
Teresa Corderoy, manager of the garden centre, said: "We have sponsored the North Tyneside in Bloom competition for several years and this is the fourth year we have provided the venue for the awards evening.
DC Tom Boow said he was behind PCs Mark Merritt, Martin Corderoy and Lee Bush as they forced their way into the property.
Corderoy, Stace, and Pennell (2002) cite best practices for faculty support at the University of Wollongong, Australia.
Taunton levelled through substitute Pete Sheppard on 58 minutes, but then had keeper Scott Corderoy to thank for a string of good saves that denied Ben McLoughlan and May.
The young defender enjoyed a slice of fortune with his first goal when his sixth minute corner was only bundled into his own net by Taunton keeper Scott Corderoy via the post.
Welsh then went on to grab the winner on 68 minutes, but only following an aberration by Taunton goalkeeper Scott Corderoy.
Teresa Corderoy, manager of the garden centre on Yarm Road, said: "We will be welcoming visitors to our special festive weekend and to celebrate we have organised some entertainment for our customers.
PC Martin Corderoy said he was "screaming in agony" as the dog sank its teeth into his thigh.
Manager, Teresa Corderoy said: "We are hosting an Orchid Weekend on March 10 and 11 and we thought it would be a fun idea to host a flower drawing competition for youngsters.
After six minutes the Royals won a corner and Sutton's defender Sam Wilson crossed a bending ball into the near post, which was fumbled by keeper Scott Corderoy into his net off the post.
Current owners, Tracey and Mark Corderoy, bought the house off plan.