from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A raven; a crow.
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- proper noun An
- proper noun A male
given nametransferred from the surname.
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The festival does not only celebrate chicken on a huge, world-class scale, but also the commercialized poultry product that, with roots just down Highway 25 in Corbin, has conquered the globe.
The name Corbin has been associated with the history of
Note 42: Alain Corbin, The Foul and the Fragrant: Odor and the French Social Imagination (Leamington Spa, UK: Berg Publishers, 1986), pp. 22 – 3. back
Pestilence and Headcolds: Encountering Illness in Colonial Mexico 2008
Take exit 29 in Corbin, go past the Wal-Mart Super Center, the Lowe’s, and the Taco Bell, turn right onto 25W; it’s less than a mile, it’s on your right, and you can’t miss it — there’s a huge KFC bucket atop a high pole proudly revolving overhead.
The set is much better, and the jam has a richer flavour – as Pam Corbin, aka Pam the Jam points out in the River Cottage Preserves handbook, the acidity helps the jam "come alive".
I thought of calling Corbin Tyler and leaning on him, too.
Remember Me, Irene Jan Burke 1996
On 135th, an Omaha, Neb., developer was pursuing a big shopping center at the corner of Metcalf Avenue called Corbin Park.
He notes the deaths of William Byrd, David Gwinn, and Robert Tayloe, master of the Corbin, which is being repaired on the bank of Corotoman Creek.
Letter from Robert Carter to Thomas Corbin, 1705 February 26 1705
I kind of like the idea of Corbin B or John Legend
Corbin is an avid collector of snow globes and will soon release a whole line of globes called Corbin's Classic Domes.
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