cobby


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cob·by

 (kŏb′ē)
adj. cob·bi·er, cob·bi·est
Having short legs and a compact body; stocky. Used of animals.

[From cob.]

cobby

(ˈkɒbɪ)
adj, -bier or -biest
1. stocky
2. obstinate
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Groomsmen: Joshua Bryan Lynas, 28, Ross Francis Young, 27, Stephen William Cobby, 27, and Joseph Reece Garrens, 27.
He heard from a teacher that they are spending [pounds sterling]100,000 on rebranding and they get cobby about a [pounds sterling]10 calculator.
'I did ask Ate Cobby for the ball if ever there was no open player,' said Dela Cruz.
"To have a cob on", "to be annoyed, angry or moody" ("he had a right cob on"), is a common Liverpool expression and probably derives from the Lancashire-Cheshire dialectal adjective "cob", "comical, queer", which may in turn be related to 18th-century Cumberland dialectal "cobby", "headstrong, tyrannical".
Ex-Ibiza police chief Juan Pantaleoni, 56, who owns the Soul City bar, said: "It's impossible for the police to protect all the promenade, all the small squares." The bar's British manager Julian Cobby, 52, said: "When we kick people out at 3am they'll head towards the promenade.
Julian Cobby, who manages Soul City, believes people are at greater risk due to the clubs closing at earlier times.
Julian Cobby, who manages Soul City, believes people are at greater risk due to the earlier closing times and the influx of drugs.
| Gorilla / thisisgorilla.com / 0161 826 2998 / Friday, May 18, 11pm / PS6.50 Clubbing / The Psychedelic DiscoTech Making a rare city centre appearance, South Manchester crew the Psychedelic DiscoTech have assembled a stellar trio of talents this evening: Detone's Darren Emerson, Fila Brazillia's Steve Cobby and, most excitingly, techno innovator and Leftfield lynchpin Neil Barnes.
Chris, who was known as 'Cobby' to friends and colleagues, had worked at Altham-based Senator Group for more than 28 years, joining as a mechanic and rising to the position of transport manager.
12-13) As soon as Akobi flies to Germany, he drops his 'primitive' name and takes on a more acceptable one (Cobby), meaning that he does not like that African name before and Africa as well, though the new name 'Cobby' sounds also a Ghanaian name that is Kobby (21).
She in turn was replaced by actor Brian Cobby in 1985.
We kept losing wickets throughout and me, Cobby and Wakers all got ourselves in but didn't go on.