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cosh

hyperbolic cosine; a hyperbolic function, cosh z = ½(ez + e--z), related to cosine by the expression cosh iz = cos z, where i = &#221A--1

cosh

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Cosh added that alternative routes of justice seem to be the way the wind is blowing nowadays.
2] + ([kappa] cosh [theta]) (1 + [lambda][kappa] cosh [theta])), f = -[lambda][tau], g = -[lambda].
Mr Cosh, adds: "Some drivers may have slipped into bad habits.
Meanwhile Lanigan had extended the cosh and used it to threaten 18-year-old Mr Nicholls who handed over his phone but quick-wittedly threw his wallet onto the railway line so the robber could not take it.
The home side fielded six new faces and struggled as Kevin Gordon and Gareth Hutchinson combined well to put their defence under the cosh Former Shire man Gordon fired Berwick in front in 11 minutes, latching on to a fine Paul Hampshire pass and giving keeper Tony Mitchell no chance from 10 yards After a quiet opening to the second period Ross Donaldson netted a spectacular leveller in 59 minutes with a 30-yard drive But in 70 minutes Berwick sealed victory whenHampshire teed up Gordon Forrest to slot home.
Quins had Leicester under the cosh at 20-3 up in the first leg but let the champions back in the match to finish 26-23 winners.
Ludlow put the hosts under the cosh but had to wait until 78 minutes to level when Ashley Davies thumped home a 20-yard free-kick into the top corner.
Between them, five members of the Yandell family and their associate Jennifer Cosh, deny a total of 28 charges which allege they were part of conspiracy to defraud between July 2009 and December 2011 by making false insurance claims in a "cash-for-crash" scam where they received payouts of more than PS202,500.
Vale boss Brian Horton was left bemoaning his side's luck after the hosts had the visitors under the cosh for much of the game.
Between them, five members of the Yandell family, and their associate Jennifer Cosh, deny a total of 28 charges which allege they were part of conspiracy to defraud between July 2009 and December 2011 by making false insurance claims in a "cash for crash" scam where they received payouts of more than PS202,500.
Sam Harrison, 23, nearly killed dad-of-two Stuart Newton, 35, after going to his victim's house armed with the homemade cosh.