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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
Collins Discovery Encyclopedia, 1st edition © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

cosh

(mathematics)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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She was living at Cheshire Close, Llanishen, but visited a friend at nearby Trenchard Drive, where jobless father of one and tattoo designer David Cosh had a flat, no income and a PS100-a-month cannabis habit.
Mr Evans said Cosh had been participating voluntarily in a sex offenders programme while in custody.
Mr Green said: "I dashed outside and ran straight into a gang of about 40 or 50 Ultras ( they were running up the street towards the Boro fans and pulling out clubs, coshes and flick batons.
a tanh [theta]u x [u.sub.[sigma]][[sigma].sub.s] = - sinh [theta](cosh [theta]B - sinh [theta]T).
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.
The weapons haul was found at the 55- year-old's home in Abbey Court, Shiremoor, North Tyneside, after police found a cosh in his car.
WOULD-BE robbers hit a van driver with a cosh and sprayed him in the face with CS in Exhall.
A DISABLED man was spared jail yesterday after offensive weapons - a metal cosh and a pair of rice flails - were found inside his car on a North Wales industrial estate.
FORMER Death Row prisoner Kenny Richey is wanted for questioning over a brutal cosh attack on a 63-year-old man.
Motorinsurance.co.uk managing director Paul Cosh said: "Sitting the Highway Code test is a daunting task for more than a million UK drivers each year.
Motorinsurance.co.uk managing director Paul Cosh, says: "Sitting the Highway Code test is a daunting task for more than a million UK drivers each year.
"You lose a game and lose it badly and you are under the cosh, especially if you are the manager."