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cogger

(ˈkɒɡə)
n
a deceiver

cogger

(ˈkɒɡə)
n
(Mining & Quarrying) a person who uses cogs to build up supports
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COGGER - BRYAN Passed away on 28th May 2019 at Brompton Lodge Care Home Rhos on Sea aged 84 years.
The Reptiles & Amphibians of Australia series by Harold Cogger continues into its fifth decade and the newest, seventh edition (updated in 2018) adds to the series' rich history.
Nowhere is this clearer than in the nicknames for the Metropolitan Cathedral from the '60s, including "Cogger's Circus" (from the interior's circular shape), and terms based on the exterior's shape: "the Mersey Funnel" and, of course, "Paddy's Wigwam.'.
Charlton Cogger, 32, struck eight times at addresses in Edgbaston, Harborne and Woodgate in a series of break-ins between September and November.
(2001) and Aggelides and Londra (2000) demonstrated that sewage sludge increased crop production by increasing biomass (Cogger et al., 2001).
Dywedodd Chris Cogger, o Aspiration Training, rhan o gonsortiwm y Vocational Skills Partnership (VSP): "Mae Bridge Dental Care yn ymroi i weithio gyda'u prentisiaid.
Tony said his grandfather, Reg Gosling, nicknamed "Cogger Reg", was awarded the British Empire Medal for services to steel.
Corinne Cogger joins AECOM's Anchorage office as an environmental scientist.
EPA Superfund Director Walter Mugdan and Chester Township, New Jersey, Mayor Bill Cogger marked the completion of a water line extension for 73 homes with a toast of clean drinking water.
From left at PPG Canalside are Rob Armitage, Matthew Peaker, Alan |Bottomley, Syd Cogger (referee), David Peaker, Tony O'Hara and Tony Clegg ROD TAYLOR
"The curriculum is designed to provide enjoyable, challenging, and hands-on learning experiences for students that allow them to apply their science and mathematics knowledge to the theory and methods they learn in engineering" (Cogger & Miley, 2013).