cordiner

cordiner

(ˈkɔːdɪnə)
n
(Crafts) archaic Scot another name for cordwainer
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Gael Cordiner said: "There's nothing that can take away all the pain you and the girls will have in your hearts but please know that you are in our thoughts, Amanda.
Melting Pot are at The Admiral in Glasgow for a Bank Holiday Special on Sunday, with the amazing Greg Wilson downstairs all night and residents Andrew Pirie and Simon Cordiner upstairs.
Anne Cordiner, 46, pharmacy dispenser, said: "Just finishing this year's event was my greatest achievement as a first-timer.
Councillor Brenda Thompson, executive member for children's services at Middlesbrough Council, and Julie Cordiner, assistant director school partnerships, are now working to put together an action plan which has to be sent to Ofsted by Friday in response to the report.
Staff at a Virgin Media party in 2012 got more than they bargained for when Tracy Cordiner joined in the celebrations.
As a result Tracy Cordiner, of Erdington, was eventually sacked for gross misconduct by Virgin Media Ltd's Birmingham city centre operation in New Street.
Two-year-old Kayleigh Cordiner died peacefully in her parents arms in June less than six months after being diagnosed with an incurable and extremely rare tumour.
Our mission is to get people offline and socializing more in the real world," says Sydney-born co-Founder, Stefan Cordiner.
Working with Ralph Cordiner [Wilson's assistant and a future GE leader], Wilson came up with a plan.
We are extremely pleased to have partnered with ecoShuttle for the greater Portland area, says Adrian Cordiner," CEO of Green Path Transfers.
Meirion and Ruth Cordiner, of Llanferres near Mold, found the bodies strewn across land at Bradley, Wrexham, where they keep a 245-strong flock.
Chief Inspector Sam Cordiner said: "It is only by sheer miracle that nobody was killed or injured.