corsey

corsey

(ˈkɔːsɪ)
n
(Civil Engineering) dialect Northern English a pavement or pathway
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Media Contact: Jenny Corsey, APR Allison+Partners for Brain Corporation 619-533-7981 brain@allisonpr.
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Corsey, now of Derby Street, had previously stood trial for a charge of arson being reckless as to whether life was endangered.
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Among the words picked out by Teesside dialect expert Vic Wood are corsey, a North Yorkshire word meaning pavement or pathway; croggy, to ride as a passenger on a bike; mafted, to suffer because of heat, and dimp, a cigarette butt.
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The Internet site will allow the 20-year-old program to be more accessible to students and prospective employers, said Bernadette Corsey Graham, director of the program.
CDR Michael Corsey, Branch Head for the Design Interface and Maintenance Planning Department, is responsible for providing analytic management support regarding the flow of Aeronautical repairable components through the Navy repair facilities and the associated material support, funding, scheduling and processing of requirements necessary to execute an efficient corporate component program.
Analysis of public-opinion surveys by University of Chicago scholar Don Corsey has shown that people's concern for the environment varies predictably with economic well-being: during prosperous times, people show greater concern for "quality of life" issues such as environmental protection.
Rob Corsey of Marshfield said: "Cardiff have more chance of beating them at Ninian.