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COB

Abbreviation for Coordination of Benefits.

cob

1. a short-legged, thickset, strong type of horse, usually 13.2 to 14.2 hands high but not more than 15.2. Useful as a light cart horse or for riding as a means of transportation and for heavyweight riders wanting a steady rather than a flashy ride. Produced by mating polo pony stallions to carriage or light draft horses.
2. the central stem of a cob of corn (3); common as a cause of esophageal and intestinal obstruction in dogs.
3. male swan.
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My mom also sometimes comes in to help me manage the salon, especially when I'm out," says Hazel, who is also busy preparing for her wedding in March.
And the programme is expected to provide the first shots of Hazel with her new Spurs winger fella Andros who the Irish Mirror can reveal she is hoping to bring to Ireland.
But over the next two days it will matter more than ever as world leader Ennis goes for glory and Johnson-Thompson and Hazel battle themselves, the rest of the world but also each other in terms of the domestic pecking order.
The award of the Lydia Brown Medal and Gift to Hazel McGee in 2011 is timely recognition by Council of Hazel's meritorious service to the Association, in particular in her role as editor of the Journal.
Prosecutor Tim Sapwell said in one message Hazel told Miss Taylor: "All the s*** you put me through and you think it's over?
The company also offers the same pore-perfecting benefits in a more convenient form: Dickinson's Original Witch Hazel Daily Facial Towelettes.
Epic Press, 2002), and he launched his research on Hazel McCallion while a doctoral student at the University of Western Ontario.
His Hazel cartoons continue to be reprinted in more than 50 newspapers around the country.
Shining like a beacon in an otherwise lifeless garden, the witch hazel is rated more highly than the most splendid spring flowering shrubs, with which it does not compete, standing as it does in splendid winter isolation.
He frequently smiles and looks to Hazel to confirm a detail or date as he rolls through the highlights of their love story.