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coley

(ˈkəʊlɪ; ˈkɒlɪ)
n
(Cookery) Brit any of various edible fishes, esp the coalfish
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coley

[ˈkəʊlɪ] Nabadejo m
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DUNFERMLINE 4 Nisbet (3, 50), Coley (7), Beadling (16) east kilbride 0 Dunfermline easily brushed aside the challenge of Lowland League side East Kilbride at East End Park yesterday.
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Craig Coley was wrongfully accused of the murder of his former girlfriend and her son in 1978 and spent almost four decades in prison for the murders he didn't commit.
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Marvin Coley, 42, suffered fatal head injuries when he was struck by a Metrolink tram on Union Street in Oldham.
Mace Macro has appointed Michael Coley as its new director for the Middle East, North Africa and Pakistan (MENAP) region.
| Pictured from left to right: Ladies 4 wood pairs winners Hellervie Gamble and Wendy Coley.
The court made the March 28 ruling in a case pitting DirecTV against a businessman named Randy Coley. Veil-piercing has always been this awkward animal because, by its very definition, it's ignoring the limited liability exceptions.
SIR ANTHONY McCOY's dream of signing Arsenal greats such as Dennis Bergkamp and Thierry Henry to play for his XI against the Cheltenham Town Legends in a charity football match on April 18 is long odds-against materialising, but organiser Chris Coley is confident he can build upon the success of last year's inaugural fixture.