coxy


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coxy

(ˈkɒksɪ)
adj, coxier or coxiest
informal cocky; impudent; arrogant
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"Ah, sir, but when he comes to church, he sits an' shakes his head, an' looks as sour an' as coxy when we're a-singin' as I should like to fetch him a rap across the jowl--God forgi'e me-- an' Mrs.
"Confoundedly coxy those young rascals will get, if we don't mind," was the general feeling.
"Coxy came into the game and his know how and his ability to retain the ball made a big difference to us.
"Coxy could have had a hat-trick - he was excellent.
Coxy, who fills in for Chris when he is away, is 4-6 favourite to land the permanent job.
Lucky letters were K, E and R.There were five winners - Sneds (twice), Coxy and Bertie (all c/o PMS) and Derek (c/o Bertie) - who all received PS100.
"The lower order got us out of a hole, Notts had the upper hand when we were 90 for six but Barny (Ed Barnard) played an incredibly good knock and Coxy (Ben Cox) and Joe (Leach) chimed in, all after George (Rhodes) had batted for a long period to help get the ball softer."
Coxy, 42, said: "I love watching them but I would never want to be on one ever, ever, ever.
No doubt he was crestfallen, being passed over in that way, But things soon looked up for Peter, when awld Coxy saw him play.
The Newcastle band originally started life as a trio under the name The Out-Of-Towners back in 2005, when singer Jonny Noble was joined by guitarist Stew Falkous and drummer Chris 'Coxy' Cox.
Friend: Seth |of the DJs playing Coxy played Circus in May and this summer Yousef did three parties with him at Space in Ibiza: "They were really great.