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  • n. Plural form of corker.

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Examples

  • They'll need to, given the "snogging" and "crisps" and "corkers" in "Withering Tights" HarperCollins, 274 pages, $16.99 , Ms. Rennison's comic novel for pubescent readers starring Georgia's 14-year-old cousin, Tallulah.

    Misty Moors and Gothic SĂ©ances

  • When you buy U.S. stock funds, you miss the opportunity to invest in companies headquartered abroad, and some of them are corkers.

    Investing: Know the ins and outs of international funds

  • His fellow resident Spencer gets the party started, while guest DJ Floating Points pops a few dancefloor corkers.

    This week's new clubs

  • Fame decided not to beat a path to his door during this period, although a John Peel session he recorded with his then outfit Virginia Doesn't has recently resurfaced; Eldon claims that "among the ones that make me sweat with embarrassment, there are a couple of corkers".

    King of comedy Kevin Eldon finally makes his Edinburgh solo debut

  • He has already had some real corkers come out in favor of his candidacy ....... and there may be some unsavory foreign characters that support him in the coming months.

    McCain defends his 'bearings'

  • But to tell you the truth, I liked stories about Chinese pirates better, and believe me, we had some real corkers.

    In The Shadow of The Cypress

  • Even when there were eccentric questions about homeopathy and some corkers from politics students Nick handled them all deftly, with warmth and real conviction.

    Who was the revelation of the first leaders’ debate?

  • Bran Mak Morn did not appear in many stories in Weird Tales but three he does are corkers.

    Bran Mak Morn

  • I aim at writing the very best work of my life: I have a couple of real corkers in mind.

    Archive 2009-12-01

  • I was wandering the halls of MSNBC like a lost puppy -- the lack of familiarity only reasonable given that I was in Miami at the time of the of the 9/11 attacks and had been summoned north to my new assignment with almost no warning -- when I came across a couple of my understandably shell-shocked and bleary-eyed co-corkers.

    Chez Pazienza: The Mystery Machine: Why Can't TV News Get Enough of Natalee Holloway?

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