cordiner

cordiner

(ˈkɔːdɪnə)
n
(Crafts) archaic Scot another name for cordwainer
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He worked there with the likes of Nick Cordiner, Steve Cooper, Dave Welch, Bill Chapman, Ken Freeman and Graham Morris In fact, Graham featured in an old photograph Nick Cordiner sent in to Looking Back a few years ago, which we have reproduced yet again this week.
In the post, Peterhead Inspector George Cordiner said, "We received a call from an extremely concerned member of the public late on Saturday evening with regards to a wild animal being loose in the grounds of a farm in the Hatton area.
The VENUE | S6L system continues to attract significant demand from our preeminent community of live sound customers all over the world," said Tom Cordiner, Senior Vice President of Global Sales at Avid.
They have the residents Andrew Pirie, Simon Cordiner and guest Andy Piacentini.
ALL VISITORS ARRIVING IN THE FIRST HOUR WILL BE ABLE TO ENTER A FREE DRAW FOR THE CHANCE TO WIN VINTAGE PEARLS FROM NORMA JEAN VINTAGE AND THERE WILL BE LOTS OF OTHER SPECIAL OFFERS ON THE DAY INCLUDING A FREE ENGAGEMENT PHOTOSHOOT WORTH PS200 FROM ROBIN CORDINER PHOTOGRAPHY WITH EVERY WEDDING PACKAGE BOOKED ON THE DAY.
Steve Thornton returns after missing the win over Ponteland a fortnight ago, while Ben Cordiner is available.
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.
Anne Cordiner, 46, pharmacy dispenser, said: "Just finishing this year's event was my greatest achievement as a first-timer.
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.
Cordiner from his position as finance director of e-Therapeutics and from the board on 10 June, in order to pursue other business interests.
Working with Ralph Cordiner [Wilson's assistant and a future GE leader], Wilson came up with a plan.