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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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Ay, Jone, sin' we coom i'Grinfilt for t'dwell, We'n had mony a bare meal, aw con vara weel tell.
Punters were in The Top Of Coom, perched more than 1,000ft up on the Kerry-Cork border east of Kilgarvan, when the blaze ripped though the landmark boozer just after 9pm on Monday.
22): T1 Bowtime Joey 6-1, T2 Boherna Bridge 12-1, T3 King Jaffa 3-1, T4 Longwood Fantasy 11-8, T5 Coom Bullet 5-1, T6 Guinness Magic 6-1.
Bell (2009) developed a model called the Culture on Organization Outcomes Model, or COOM, which explains how hidden communications called metamechanisms can steer the direction of the entire organization towards an outcome of fortitude or turpitude.
Kotlarksky (information systems, Warwick Business School, UK) and Oshri (strategy and technology management, Rotterdam School of Management, the Netherlands) introduce the recent trend of Globally Distributed Component-Based Development methodologies (GD CBD) such as Enterprise JavaBeans, Microsoft COOM and CORBA.
Coom (1973); and a poem, 'Martyrology', by Mina Kennedy, published in The Blue Penny Quarterly (1990).
North Harbour chief executive Noel Coom said: ``A player of his quality and stature can only strengthen and positively add to our team.
Indeed, in the following passage Ramanujan describes the parable of a bridge, built (and memorially named) by the British in Madras, which exemplifies a form of 'negotiating' translation: Over the reeking Coom river, the British put up a bridge, and called it Hamilton Bridge, after one of their commissioners.
365) For example, on 23 October 1995 in a speech delivered at McGill Law School, Matthew Coon Coom, Grand Chief of the James Bay Cree, spoke of the difficulties of translating the Cree Referendum question into English or French.
Victory went in impressive style to the John Mullins-trained Coom Bullet, who challenged early leader Jaytee Hawk between the first two bends and forged clear from halfway to beat that rival by nearly five lengths in 28.
and Sugie Bruttomesso of New York City; three brothers, Joo Ho of Seoul, Korea, Peter of Steila coom, Wash.