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Cord´y

    (kôr´dŷ)
a.1.Of, or like, cord; having cords or cordlike parts.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Chronic infections, which often go undetected, account for about 75 per cent of all malaria cases, said Regina Joice Cordy, lead author of the study.
EALING: Peter Lydon; Segundo Tuculet, Guy Armitage, Pat Howard, James Cordy Redden; Craig Willis, Ryan Foley (Jordan Burns, 52); Alex Lundberg (Jake Ellwood, 50), Alun Walker (Matt Cornish, 50), Ben Betts (Elliot Millar Mills, 33), Ben West (Jordan Onojaife, 77), Tom Denton; Kieran Murphy (Ollie Stedman, 65), Jordy Reid, Rayn Smid.
Winger Segundo Tuculet exploited Trimble's missed interception attempt for the first, after which home skipper Rayn Smid and the league's leading try-scorer James Cordy Redden took full advantage of a series of Coventry defensive errors.
"I was totally inspired by the people who were there, the conversations that were had, and the commitment everyone seems to now have to reduce as much as humanly possible erroneous convictions," Cordy says.
Becky Knott, Carole Drury, David Harris and Nicole Cordy, of winning team Barker Brettell
Cordy Garcia, a lifelong resident of Albuquerque, died June 30.
Author Cordy Tymstra presents students, academics, researchers, forestry professionals, and general interest readers with an examination of the people and environments impacted by the 1950 Chinchaga River forest fire in Northern Alberta and British Columbia.
Just as western Canada and the north-western United States are burning up, Cordy Tymstra tells us of the great fire of 1950 whose smoke drifted all the way to Washington, D.C., and to parts of Europe.
To mark his 25th year of working with Lucite, jewelry designer Alexis Bittar--who's known for bright, sculptural pieces made of the plastic--commissioned artists Natasha Law, Juliette Losq, Cordy Ryman, and Mickalene Thomas to create works out of his signature material for a special collection.
"It is beyond debate that, absent extraordinary circumstances, the identities of jurors empanelled to serve at criminal trials are presumptively public under long-standing Massachusetts law, practice, and tradition, even in high-profile and contentious cases,'' read the decision, authored by Justice Robert Cordy.
Buffalo defensive end Mark Anderson (knee) and offensive tackle Cordy Glenn (ankle) are out against Arizona.