cooze

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cooze

(kuːz)
n
1. (Anatomy) the female genitals
2. a girl or woman considered sexually
[C20: of unknown origin]
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Chief Inspector Jonathan Cooze, of British Transport Police, said: "Working closely with senior managers from Arriva Trains Wales, we were able to ensure the protesters didn't put themselves - or anyone else - in danger, and there was no disruption to the rail network.
Chris Cooze, Unison Swansea branch secretary, said: "Outsourcing is never the answer.
Unrepentant cooze hound lawyer Jurgen Heuer dies suddenly and unexpectedly in his litter-strewn home.
After being dumped by his girlfriend Tracy, Erik Stifler and Cooze head to the University of Michigan as freshman.
With Jenkins and Martin Morgan still on the board - and club accountant Gareth Davies appointed as secretary - there is still the vital place for the Supporters' Trust board representative with Huw Cooze still part of the club's leadership.
O'Brien remembers Rat Kiley's characterization of that sister as a "dumb cooze," and appropriately attaches that name to yet another woman who simply cannot grasp the soldier's experience:
But directors Leigh Dineen and Huw Cooze will show the club stand firmly behind Monk by helping staff distribute 19,000 clappers on seats at the Liberty Stadium for the meeting with the Cherries.
SWASW NSEA CITY could receive American investment as early as next month, said club director Huw Cooze.
However, we know from our supporter director Huw Cooze that the board has not taken this decision lightly, particularly in such an important week for the club, and it's vital that we now all pull together to give the team our full support.
He pours himself into that letter, waits two months, and "the dumb cooze never writes back" (68).
Cooze, who began exploring the Venezuelan Andes in 1993 before discovering the worth of its cacao plantations, now owns a chocolate factory in Uffculme, Devon, in South West England.
Willie - star of Willie's Wonky Chocolate Factory - Harcourt- Cooze can now stroll though the aisles of his local Waitrose and revel in the proof he's one of the first Britons since Cadbury to successfully grow, process, package and sell his own chocolate.