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coomb

, combe, coombe, comb
1. Chiefly Southern English a short valley or deep hollow, esp in chalk areas
2. Chiefly Northern English another name for a cirque
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Combe has watched on as the Jambos have lurched from one crisis to another.
Combe International Ml) David Hill says: "Throughout 2011, the Combe brands will continue to benefit from heavyweight TV advertising and a variety of marketing activities designed to excite new and existing customers.
LUXURY: Combe House, near Exeter is inviting dogs for free
And so, although my Ducati 600SS desmodue racer passes noise restrictions even on a quiet Donington day, I had to fit baffles to quieten it down for Castle Combe.
A Michelin Rising Star, Combe House has two Master Chefs of Great Britain.
Combe stopped Riordan grabbing a second three minutes after the break and Hibs had penalty claims waved away when a Paul Hanlon cross hit the arm of Grant Murray, the match official deeming it accidental.
While the Rangers fans behind the goal screamed for a penalty with Combe having made a despairing effort to get the ball, TV seemed to suggest that the striker had simply lost balance and fallen.
Killie keeper Combe made a fine save in the 35th minute to hold Jim Hamilton's rasping half volley from 25 yards which he struck perfectly.
The wildly-contrasting sights of tiny 125cc Superkarts sharing the paddock with Aston Martins and Ferraris is just one of the attractions at Castle Combe Circuit's Lux Traffic Systems Raceday on August Bank Holiday Monday.
Key Personnel: Christopher Combe, chairman, president and chief executive officer; Douglas M.
Suffolk x: pounds 47 Temperley Grange, pounds 46 Bingfield Combe, pounds 38.
Ranged around the newly established gallery's compact interior were twelve wall- and floor-mounted constructions and framed works on paper, all from 2005 except for one triptych, La Combe, from 2004.