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cobber

[′käb·ər]
(mining engineering)
A device used to reject waste materials from ore concentrates.
A person who breaks fibers from asbestos rocks or chips low-grade material from ore.
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3 CODE TREATMENT V1C Local variety stored in gunny bags and treated V1D Local variety treated with Mortein Doom [R] and stored V1E Local variety treated with cow dung ash and stored V1F Local variety hung above the fireplace V2C Maseno Double Cobber stored in gunny bags and V2D Maseno Double Cobber treated with Mortein Doom [R] V2E containers V2F Maseno Double Cobber treated with cow dung ash containers Maseno Double Cobber hung above the fireplace Table 5: Moisture content increase (%) for various storage methods after 6 months storage Variety Treatment Rachar Maseno Mean D.
Vaulting on Cobber the horse, at the Highfield Stable Parkgate Pony Sancturary, Lower Heswall Pictures: JASON ROBERTS/jr130808pony-5; Exercising one of the sanctuary's ponies Code: jr130808pony-2; Stablehands kit out Cobber Code: jr130808pony-1; Perfecting moves Code: jr130808pony-6
C[pounds sterling]Now thereCOs not a hutong in Beijing you can disappear down without a smug cockney voice trailing you on the breeze - CyJeez cobber, whatCOs happened to the Aussies, mate, ay ; Bloody crook, fair dinkum
Slang words include cobber for friend, sheila for woman and barney for a fight.
The employees donated $6610, and the partners -- Bill Struever, Fred Struever, Cobber Eccles, and Ted Rouse -- matched that amount.
eC[pounds sterling]Now thereeCOs not a hutong in Beijing you can disappear down without a smug cockney voice trailing you on the breeze - eCyJeez cobber, whateCOs happened to the Aussies, mate, ay ; Bloody crook, fair dinkum
The thing is, when you say cheerio to an Aussie you just know that some months later, they'll turn up at your door and say, "G'day me spunky cobber, remember me".
But one thing that is puzzling the Australian media is the selection of a pure bred cobber, Michael Withers, to the British team.
But the latest New Road cobber to tread where his fellow Aussies, McGrath and Tom Moody, have trod before him is no slouch.
Mr Macalasky, who still lives in the city, and Cobber Harper, from Nuneaton, teamed up to become Irish Tag champions.
WHEN your government's future is on a knife-edge there's only one thing to do, cobber - head for the beach.
Steve - better known as Cobber due to his Australian upbringing - took his club of six years, Golcar Cricket Club, to their first ever Sykes Cup victory.