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cosset

verb A poetic (i.e., non-medical) term meaning to caress and fondle lovingly and intimately.
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Cosset, will be available to discuss trends in retail technology and pricing strategy at the National Retail Federation (NRF) Big Show, the largest gathering of retail and technology businesses and professionals in the world, being held this week at the Jacob K.
As Global CIO, Cosset will oversee and provide strategic leadership on all aspects of technology, infrastructure and product offerings throughout the entire organization.
I would have been prepared to have paid ten times that if Ryanair had just a couple more staff to cosset me and ease the burden of the journey.
Vauxhall hopes to build on its reputation for ingenious interior design with the new load-lugger with a range of features designed to cosset rear seat passengers.
Teachers are expected to coddle and cosset children so that their self-esteem is not injured, while parents wonder why they are so ill-prepared for the real world.
Leading this effort will be Yael Cosset, newly appointed Chief Executive Officer at KSS Retail, previously Executive Vice President, Consumer Markets for dunnhumbyUSA.
Vauxhall hopes to build on its reputation for ingenious interior design with the new load-lugger, which boasts a range of features designed to cosset rear seat passengers.
His closest party advisers cosset idealistic leader George Jones like a hospital patient, shielding him from any bad news or dissent in his party while producing a huge amount of spin.
And she starts an affair with Charles-Henri's elderly uncle, Edgar Cosset, formerly a member of the Chamber of Deputies and still an influential voice on the French national scene.