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cogger

(ˈkɒɡə)
n
a deceiver

cogger

(ˈkɒɡə)
n
(Mining & Quarrying) a person who uses cogs to build up supports
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Dywedodd Chris Cogger, o Aspiration Training, rhan o gonsortiwm y Vocational Skills Partnership (VSP): "Mae Bridge Dental Care yn ymroi i weithio gyda'u prentisiaid.
Chris Cogger, from Aspiration Training, part of the Vocational Skills Partnership (VSP) consortium, said: "Bridge Dental Care is dedicated to working with their apprentices.
Corinne Cogger joins AECOM's Anchorage office as an environmental scientist.
EPA Superfund Director Walter Mugdan and Chester Township, New Jersey, Mayor Bill Cogger marked the completion of a water line extension for 73 homes with a toast of clean drinking water.
From left at PPG Canalside are Rob Armitage, Matthew Peaker, Alan |Bottomley, Syd Cogger (referee), David Peaker, Tony O'Hara and Tony Clegg ROD TAYLOR
Salesman John Cogger braved sitting in two hundred gallons of custard for Comic Relief at the Currys store in Ward End whilst being interviewed by Jenny Wilkes of Radio WM in 1991.
current assets minus current liabilities) divided by total assets (WCTA), used by Beneish (1997, 1999a, 1999b), Fanning and Cogger (1998), Spathis (2002), Kirkos, Spathis, and Manolopoulos (2007), and Gaganis (2009).
N in groundwater down-gradient from systems (Carlile, Cogger, Sobsey, Scandura, & Steinbeck, 1981; Corbett, Dillon, Burnett, & Schaefer, 2002).
Cogger CG, Sullivan DM, Bary AI, Fransen SC (1999) Nitrogen recovery from heat-dried and dewatered biosolids applied to forage grasses.
Pilkington were 1-0 winners at home to Blackwood but the game was held up for 30 minutes because of a serious injury to Zach Cogger.
Fraser R, Cogger VC, Dobbs B, Jamieson H, Warren A, Hilmer SN, et al.