cory


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cory

(ˈkɔːrɪ)
n, pl cories
(Animals) any of various freshwater catfish belonging to the South American Corydoras genus
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my broomstick hath strangely disappeared, stolen, as I suspect, by that unhanged witch, Goody Cory, and that, too, when I was all anointed with the juice of smallage, and cinquefoil, and wolf's bane"
In July 2016, Cory embarked on a trip with filmmaker Gonzalo Guajardo to Luhya country in western Kenya to make a documentary on some of the few remaining omutibo style guitar players.
Surgeons had to cut through delicate nerves, leaving Cory paralysed down one side of his face and with limited sight in his left eye.
Cory, now 13, was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer when he was just six years old.
With their dad out of the house, it's up to Raven, with the help of her best friends Chelsea (Anneliese van der Pol) and Eddie (Orlando Brown), to keep the house in order with the cooking and cleaning and, now, dealing with Cory, who Raven believes in smoking.
He said: "It's been six years since Cory stopped his chemo treatment.
The Oklahoma City-based cooperative said Cory died suddenly on June 11.
If Cory found out he hadn't got a place at Finham Park 2 he's going to go into full meltdown mode.
After three decades, the Carmelite nuns recall with gratitude the time when they opened their doors to Cory and a few companions.
Personal issues meant that Cory left school with few qualifications but he blossomed during his time with ACT Limited, completing a Customer Service Traineeship Level 1 alongside other Essential Skills qualifications.
Central to that development was John Cory, son of a ship's master from Bideford in Devon who rose to become one of the most powerful coal and shipping owners in the world.
Life member John Trotman, from Ystrad, passed away on Wednesday, July 9, bringing to an end an era in which Trotmans have been involved with the Cory Band stretching back more than 100 years to 1911.