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Cor·ey

 (kôr′ē), Elias James Born 1928.
American chemist. He won a 1990 Nobel Prize for developing techniques of creating synthetic compounds.

corey

(ˈkɔːrɪ)
n
offensive the penis
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Corey Crum, his wife Shana and their 14-year-old son along with some other parents and teammates got together to repair the damages on Sunday.
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Struggs, real name Corey Struggs, came to fame for his collaboration with Rick Ross on the hit Do it, and counts Work, How Ya Come and Give 2 Fuccs among his other commercial successes.
BY MICHAEL SCULLY CATHAL COREY managed Jim McGuinness in a career that has encompassed six clubs across four counties over 15 years.
When Seattle Mariners third baseman Kyle Seager chose "Corey's Brother" as the nickname he wanted to appear on his uniform during Players Weekend last August, it was more than just self-deprecating humor.
Mark Corey, PhD has joined the National Coffee Association of the USA (NCA) in the newly created position of director, scientific affairs and project management.
Corey: From what I remember it was my mother and father always playing Pink Floyd out loud.
Determined Eve Milligan, 27, launched a fundraising campaign last year when her three-year-old son Corey was diagnosed with microcephaly, which causes developmental delays.
Set in present-day Alaska, Corey travels back to her hometown to mourn the death of her best friend, Kyra, after building a life in a Canadian boarding school.