cockbill

cockbill

(ˈkɒkˌbɪl)
vb (tr)
(Nautical Terms) to tilt up one end of
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COCKBILL Hilary Passed away peacefully on 6th November 2017.
Det Con Dave Cockbill said: "They actively targeted the most vulnerable people.
Tom Cockbill, Project Director, hopes that the second garden project, based at Treborth Botanic Garden, will be up and running by summer 2017.
Stacey Cockbill, a paralegal working in the insurance disputes team at Mills & Reeve, won at the Tae Kwon Do Association of Great Britain (TAGB) British Championships.
Barry Carpenter, Jo Egerton, Beverly Cockbill, Tamara Bloom, Jodie Fotheringham, Hollie Rawson, and Jane Thistlethwaite
September Stableford: 1 Andy Cockbill 43, 2 Paul Smith 40, 3 Ken Sharples 39.
Bipin Pitrola (Beadle), Wayne Warlow (Senior Warden), Windsor Coles (Master) and Sarah Cockbill (Junior Warden)
James Bevis, Georgina Callingham and Ryan Cockbill will shoot to qualify for the final of the (http://www.
Birmingham PC Cary Corpus, 38, and his partner and navigator Louise Cockbill set themselves the challenge to drive through as many European countries as possible in just 14 days to raise money for the Acorn's Children's Hospice in Moseley.
Dave Cockbill and Lee Gough had given the home side a 2-0 interval lead only for second half strikes from Chris Busby and Dave Brush to level.
Det Con Dave Cockbill, from the force's High Harm & Vulnerability Team, said: "We were dealing with three selfish, compassionless individuals.
Tom Cockbill, a past zoology and conservation student, recently set up Wild Elements, a social enterprise based in Bangor, with backing from the university careers service.