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- n. Plural form of cobb.
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A tonne of cow cobbs here costs 25% more than on the mainland.
Take another case, at Tainton, Oxfordshire,  where a quarter of barley meal is provided annually at the expense of Lord Dynevor, the lord of the manor, and made into loaves called cobbs.
The children used to make so much riot and disturbance in the church, that about 1809 it was thought better to distribute the cobbs in a stable belonging to one of the churchwardens, and this course has been pursued ever since.
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