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coley

(ˈkəʊlɪ; ˈkɒlɪ)
n
(Cookery) Brit any of various edible fishes, esp the coalfish
Translations

coley

[ˈkəʊlɪ] Nabadejo m
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In Lancaster, California, on July 21, Kenneth Coley and Devin Williams began a robbery attempt.
Kelvin Coley describes his profession prior to prison and discovering Boaz & Ruth as 'jack of all trades and a master of none'.
The winners were chosen by Andrew Piddock, from Coley & Tilley solicitors who sponsored the exhibition.
Artist Nathan Coley has built a symbol of country life in the heart of Tyneside.
Two $1,000 third prizes were given to Matthew Coley, 25, percussionist, and Yangyoon Kim, 22, violist.
Jan Coley was the recipient of the prestigious 2004 Tennessee Academy of Science Distinguished Secondary School Science Teacher Award.
The Rev Richard Coley, 70, whose wife Isabella, 71, died in July in a suicide pact, was found dead at home on Friday.
Nathaniel Patrick Coley must serve at least two years of the Indeterminate sentence for Public Protection (IPP) before being considered for parole.
Donald Coley has just opened Coley's Caribbean-American Cuisine in North Hollywood.
Coley has over 30 years of managerial experience in the vacuum equipment industry.
The gesture is a tribute to his former Gaelic football coach Coley Folan who suffered a fatal heart attack in July, 2013.
The owner of the care home said that Mr Coley was allowed pounds 100 pocket money as and when it was needed.