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COB

Abbreviation for Coordination of Benefits.
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Pale hazelnuts or Kent cobnuts are delicious, or use shop-bought hazelnuts.
Sometimes they are also denoted as "Cobnuts" in United States, where it is widely cultivated as an important commercial crop.
Mr Power, of Abergele Road, Old Colwyn, said he had been picking up cobnuts off the pavement at nearby Mochdre.
Horse chestnut trees are not native to Britain - they were first introduced in the late 16th century from the Balkans and before that, conkers was played with hazel or cobnuts or even snail shells.
Other products include such ingredients as cobnuts, chestnuts, roast parsnip, beetroot and shallots--all using British grown and sourced ingredients.
In Kent we have cobnuts, king of the nut, Kent we have cobnuts, e nut, sadly declined in recent years but making a terrific comeback.