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Synonyms for Cottus

type genus of the Cottidae: sculpins

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Cottu, who is based in London, is to take up the new position in July and is to report to Rudi Collin, head of digital transformation at the bank's corporate and institutional banking division.
Jeanne Clement (an extraordinarily self-contained perf by Delphine Cottu), the depressed young woman who has to sell the house and the wonderful garden where she grew up, finds a buyer in a man who is ecstatic about the birth of his first child.
COTTU, ON THE ADMINISTRATION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE IN ENGLAND; AND THE SPIRIT OF THE ENGLISH GOVERNMENT 73 (1822).
As early as 1820, the French visitor Charles Cottu wrote of the English trial: "[T]he defendant acts no kind of part: his hat stuck on a pole might without inconvenience be his substitute."(110) Cottu may have exaggerated, however, for "accused speaks" procedures apparently persisted into the 1820s and even the 1830s."(111) Criminal defendants had no right to remain silent until well into the nineteenth century.
(110.) Charles Cottu, on the Administration OF Criminal Justice in England 73
(31.) Marcillac I, Cottu P, Theodore C, Terrier-Lacombe MJ, Bellet D, Droz JP.
With: Renata Ramos-Maza, Nicolas Sotnikoff, Juliana Carneiro da Cunha, Duccio Bellugi Vannuncini, Sava Lolov, Martial Jacques, Myriam Azencot, Serge Nicolai, Sandrine Raynal, Delphine Cottu, JeanCharles Maricot, Sergio Canto Sabido, Maria Adelia, Judith Marvan Enriquez, Eve Doe Bruce, Fabianna de Mello e Souza, Shaghayegh Beheshti, Maitreyi, Matthieu Rauchvarger, Vincent Mangado, Stephane Decourchelle, Christophe Noel, Alexandre Roccoli, David Santonja.
As early as 1820 an official French observer, Cottu, reported back to his government that in English criminal procedure prosecuting counsel was "forbidden to question the prisoner ....
Cottu, the French observer writing in 1820, thought that prosecution and defense counsel were typical in the practice of provincial assize courts, although not yet in London.(108) He found that "the judge ...