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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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a vendor of Windows intrusion prevention software, today named digital forensics expert Jason Coombs as the company's new Chairman and CEO.
Coombs has been writing letters to SEC on issues, including JOBS Act rulemaking now underway, since previous SEC Chair Mary Schapiro resigned in protest rather than follow federal law by allowing SEC to complete rulemaking mandated by the JOBS Act.
It wouldn't surprise me in the slightest if they did come to us chasing a Grand Slam," said Coombs.
Now I am here, I want to stay for a good few years," Coombs said.
Allensworth, with Emerson in tow, returned to his hotel room, and they found Coombs on the floor and began to amuse themselves at the drunk man's expense.
Coombs, of Straker Street, Hartlepool, tried to blame the baby assault on one of the mum's other children.
Chris Coombs, father of the groom, served as the best man.
The body of 17-year-old Natasha Coombs was found close to Manningtree railway station on August 10, 2007 - two weeks after she was seen boarding a train in nearby Ipswich, Suffolk.
Coombs was lauded by his colleagues as a national leader in improving health care for underserved and rural populations through his work with the University of Washington's rural-health program.
WILLIAM HILL betting shop manager Barry Coombs holds his final fundraising meeting atWalthamstow tomorrow in aid of Whipps Cross Hospital Special Childrens' nursing team, writes Phil Donaldson.
Both products use what general manager Arnold Coombs calls the secret ingredient of pure New England Maple.
Mr Coombs, a manager with insurance firm Norwich Union, also paid a separate visit to a church.