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cordelle

(kɔːˈdɛl)
vb (tr)
(Nautical Terms) Canadian to tow (a boat) with a towrope
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The boats, in general, had to be propelled by oars and setting poles, or drawn by the hand and by grappling hooks from one root or overhanging tree to another; or towed by the long cordelle, or towing line, where the shores were sufficiently clear of woods and thickets to permit the men to pass along the banks.
Lauren Cordelle, from Great Barr, tells us: "This is my cat Charlie, who keeps me company while I'm revising for my politics and law exams as part of my journalism course at university.
Kerviel's immediate manager, Eric Cordelle, and Martial Rouyere, the head of the Delta One desk, have been fired.
The firms involved are Cundey Systems from Worcester, Rojac Urethane from Wednesbury, Mouldrite, Undergrear and Malthouse Engineering Group from West Bromwich, Midland Deburr and R & M Metals from Lye, MSP, Astra Engineering Pressings, Baylis Automotive, Cordelle Precision, Frederick Cooper, Matco and Momentum Engineering from Birmingham, Concept Mouldings and Crown Plastic Mouldings from Wolverhampton, Phoenix Tavlnor from Tamworth and Remploy from Stoke-on-Trent.
Little Cordelle Hanson was left sobbing after her 1p and 2p coins were rejected.
A short time ago, he banned 14 photos in The Century Project by Frank Cordelle.
Eric Cordelle, Kerviel's immediate superior, was told by bosses he will be let go because of his "professional inadequacy", Le Parisien newspaper said without citing its sources.
Master franchising duties held by Kasterlee will be assumed by its subsidiary, Cordelle Enterprises Limited.
Skate naked: Anthony Acosta, SLC, UT; Jasin Phares, Strawberry, CA; Jereme Rogers, Pennsylvania; Matt Winterberg, Cordelle, GA