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corked

(of a wine) tainted through having a cork containing excess tannin
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And in the years that followed, Corky not only liberated this poet but also ushered him back into the world, opening up his life in ways that he would never have imagined.
Kristina and Corky dated after the breakdown of his marriage to Shirley but they split when Kristina moved to the UK in 2008 for Strictly.
Corky, a two-year-old Jura hound cross, was abandoned on a doorstep in Cyprus when he was just six weeks old.
Months ago, as part of her job as the rehoming manager of the international animal welfare charity 'Wild at Heart Foundation', she had uploaded a photo of Corky with a host of other dogs onto the foundation's website.
A long-standing commercial and residential owner and developer, The Corky McMillin Companies is the master plan developer of Liberty Station, an award winning adaptive reuse of the historic Naval Training Center.
Corky Kouture[TM] kicked off the 2012 Holiday Rafflecopter Grand Giveaway with a Corky Kouture[TM] "Glamour Galore Collection" bottled gift bag with a $50.
The ghost, named Corky by regulars at the Court Oak pub in Harborne, Birmingham, appears to have strong opinions about the wine list.
THE first and most important victory of the week was Corky Browne's Dedication To Racing award at the Godolphin Stud and Stable Staff 'Oscars' ceremony in London on Monday.
By the end of October 1943, Corky was an ace with five confirmed kills.
Corky Ballas, who looked after the US-born star for a decade, said: "Aneta is beautiful, sexy and stylish," reports News of the World.