codder

Related to codder: coder, cotter pin

codder

(ˈkɒdə)
n
(Nautical Terms) a cod fisherman or his boat

codder

(ˈkɒdə)
n
dialect Yorkshire the leader of a team of workers on a press at a steelworks
[perhaps from cod4]
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The Conference took place June 27-29 at the JFK Ballroom, at the Cape Codder Resort and Spa in Hyannis.
During his summers, he worked the presses at the Cape Codder newspaper in Orleans.
Basic drinks made with vodka or rum or gin mixed with citrus juice like the Seabreeze, Cape Codder, Greyhound and Salty Dog dominated the scene, Robertiello recalls.
For rates at Cape Codder Resort & Spa, Hyannis go to www.capecodderresort.com; for Hotel Viking, Newport, see www.hotelviking.com.
For rates at Cape Codder Resort & Spa, Hyannis go to HE stayed at the Omni Parker House Hotel, Boston, with rates from PS165 per night for a room for two.
There I can recover what local historian Henry Kittredge called the Cape Codder's "true perspective," where the ocean, the final arbiter of the Cape's future, speaks without ambiguity or riddles.
In fact, Gwyneth Paltrow, Richard Dreyfuss and Martin Sheen were all due to check in after us at the Cape Codder Resort and Spa to begin filming The Lighthouse Keeper.
The increased accuracy overall of the vodka/juice judgments found, as compared to the underestimation with vodka/water mixtures, may possibly reflect the greater prior experience of subjects with mixed drinks, since cranberry or orange juice combined with vodka constitute standard cocktails (the Cape Codder and the screwdriver respectively), whereas vodka with water is an uncommon drink; familiar associations, too, may have a small effect on taste judgments (Stevenson, 2001).
It's a balmy evening and, thanks to the fact that my Cape Codder cocktail has been served the American way - almost all vodka and nothing else (mention UK measures here and they'll laugh), the edges of this spectacular part of Massachusetts are getting nicely blurred.
Codder' Collins arrived at Moss Lane in 1988 when Mike Slemen was coach and current LSH doctor Kevin Simms was playing for England.