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Cobb

(kob),
Stanley, U.S. neuropathologist, 1887-1968. See: Cobb syndrome.
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The case centered on whether Cobbs misled CPRIT officials in 2010 to believe that the grant to Peloton Therapeutics, then known as Damascus Pharmaceuticals, had undergone a required business or scientific review.
After Judge Clifford Brown announced that Cobbs had been acquitted of the first-degree felony charge, Cobbs told reporters he was grateful to be vindicated in the public eye.
Even though Oregon didn't set up defensively as California had planned, the Golden Bears executed their final play to perfection as Cobbs buried a jumper with 0.
Coach Mike Montgomery subbed in Brandon Smith to run the point and that moved Cobbs to the wing, where he got the ball and hit the game-winning jumper over Johnathan Loyd.
Cobbs took out a $1 million policy in 2001 that cost him $11,000 plus interest, according to the lawsuit K & K Insurance Group Inc.
The policy would have covered Cobbs 24 hours a day if he had a permanent, total disability resulting from an accident or illness.
The production gets an electric charge as the three Cobbs - with bats in sync - recount a typical Ty Cobb trip around the bases.
By most accounts, baseball Hall of Famer Ty Cobb (1886-1961) was one angry SOB.
The Cobbs and their attorneys will hold a press conference on Thursday, February 20th, 2003, at 10:15 AM in front of the Orange County Superior Court, 700 Civic Center Drive West, Santa Ana, CA.
They received a default notice in February of 2002; however, in May of 2002, the Cobbs entered into a written workout agreement with Litton by which they would be able to satisfy their mortgage debt arrearage by paying $10,000 initially, and then 12 monthly payments.
Jerald Cobbs was paid $175,000 a year and entrusted to make sure that cancer research grants were properly reviewed before state money was spent on them," Drummond said.
Florida moviegoers are familiar with the Cobb organization, whose chain was purchased by Regal Cinemas in 1997.