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Cobb

(kob),
Stanley, U.S. neuropathologist, 1887-1968. See: Cobb syndrome.
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Cobb, whose work ranges from realistic to abstract, also writes and publishes poetry in his spare time.
Of course I'm disappointed with how I played because that would've been a miracle if we completed the run,' said Cobb.
The chamber said Cobb was selected by a 10-member selection committee made of community leaders.
When I pitched my idea for a book on Cobb to Simon and Schuster, I squarely was in line with this way of thinking.
Critique: Impressively well written from first page to last, "Capone, the Cobbs, and Me" is a deftly constructed and thoroughly entertaining novel that documents Rex Burwell as an exceptionally gifted novelist.
Senior living community Brookdale Senior Living (NYSE:BKD) reported on Thursday that its board member, Granger Cobb, died earlier this week.
Cobb gave a false first name, and when the officer looked up the given name in a computer, he concluded Cobb had given a false name, Sgt.
The exact number is being finalized with officials from Cobb County.
They would have to be approved by the town council, of course,'' Cobb said, gazing out over Leith's sparse downtown from his overgrown, weed-infested front yard.
This isn't the first time that Harmon has been accused of stealing from Cobb.
This work presents two books by Salsinger: Our Ty, Ty Cobb's Life Story (1924), and Which Was Greatest, Ty Cobb or Babe Ruth?
As he gathers a team of criminals and prepares to invade Fischer's mind, Cobb is repeatedly confronted with the danger that Mal poses, both in regards to his own psyche and his corporate mission.