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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.
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.
A contar del presente mes de octubre revista Mensaje se trasladara a calle Padre Alonso Ovalle 1358 (entre calles Nataniel Coxy Lord Cochrane), comuna de Santiago, a una cuadra de distancia de la estacion Moneda del Metro.
No doubt he was crestfallen, being passed over in that way, But things soon looked up for Peter, when awld Coxy saw him play.
19 OUR COLUMNIST SARA COX Our Coxy has been DJing for the all-female racecourse crowd - let's just say it's been a lot of fun (understatement) 20 MY PHOTO SCRAPBOOK Kooky heart-throb Justin Long talks being in bed with Britney, snogging Drew Barrymore and his frisky little dog 23 STYLE EDIT Get shell-shocked with these seaside-inspired necklaces that will add impact to any outfit 24 GROOMED & DOOMED Orange is the new black - but whose style should be locked up forever?
Sadly, neither the enthusiasm shown by Coxy and Liz Bonnin nor the joy of seeing Dara O'Briain in his Arthur Daley coat standing in what looked like a car lot outside Jodrell Bank could shake me from this ultimate verdict: It was simply one of those events to which the BBC felt obliged to devote hours of live TV, even though all the signs pointed towards it being a completely forgettable waste of time.
Sadly, neither the enthusiasm shown by Coxy and Liz Bonnin nor the joy of seeing Dara O'Briain in his Arthur Daley coat standing in what looked like a pop-up car lot outside Jodrell Bank could not shake me from this verdict: It was simply one of those events to which the BBC felt obliged to devote hours of live TV, even though all the signs pointed towards it being a completely forgettable waste of time.
But a terrible fate befell both Coxy & Evans, when their own party membership decided enough was enough and sacked them after waking up from their own terrible dreams.
They are Coxy and Marshall, who will be coming at ya for the Electric Box Vol.