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corked

(of a wine) tainted through having a cork containing excess tannin
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Upon discharge, Corky worked for Allied Chemical, which was then pioneering the development and use of liquid nitrogen fertilizers to improve crop yields.
In her 20s she met and married dancer Corky Ballas, and the pair were together for 22 years before divorcing.
"But I've had a hugely successful career and I owe a lot of what I learnt to him, because he was already a top professional and I was a nobody." She was married to Corky for 23 years and their son Mark, 32, is now a pro dancer of the US version of Strictly, Dancing with Stars.
Corky Kouture[TM] kicked off the 2012 Holiday Rafflecopter Grand Giveaway with a Corky Kouture[TM] "Glamour Galore Collection" bottled gift bag with a $50.00 gift certificate.
We shall continue to train hard and double our efforts as we gear up for the Games," coach Corky concluded.
The pub, part of the Sizzling chain, is built on the site of a 17th century hanging ground, sparking speculation that Corky may be the ghost of someone who died there years ago.
Corky said he knew the enemy could easily have shot him down.
I heard you and Corky were a bit militant in your day and supported the steel workers and miners in the '80s and the Telegraph reporters during their strike in the naughties.
Corky, now living in Houston, Texas, said: "Their relationship wasn't in the same league as Derek and Cheryl's.
The ROV, dubbed Corky, weighs about 140 pounds by itself and carries a 60-pound battery.
Honolulu Star-Bulletin editorial cartoonist Francisco Flores "Corky" Trinidad Jr., whose editorial cartoons for 40 years recorded life and lampooned politics in Hawaii and the world, died today complications from pancreatic cancer.