Definitions

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  • proper noun An English surname for either son of, or servant of someone named Cocke or Cook.

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Examples

  • BOX AND COX, a dramatic romance, by J.M. M.rton, the principal characters of which are Box and Cox.

    Character Sketches of Romance, Fiction and the Drama, Vol. 1 A Revised American Edition of the Reader's Handbook

  • COX to try coaxing the Internet into submission - Our friend at Cox is about to get selectively friendly toward Internet content.

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • In the COX matter, given how much cash Cox has on hand, and their size, they weren't as easy of a target.

    VoIP Watch

  • Martin Cox is Green's candidate for the school board.

    Plainfield Council candidates, 2007 primary

  • Son #2 came home, picked up and apple to eat and then started sniggering – the apple had the label Cox on it…..

    Chickens and eggs.....

  • Son #2 came home, picked up and apple to eat and then started sniggering – the apple had the label Cox on it…..

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • In that particular group of people, it turned out when they looked, sort of went back and looked through the records and talked to the people, they found out that those who took aspirin were some of what we call the Cox 2 inhibitors that are now been pulled off the market.

    CNN Transcript May 21, 2005

  • Two months after Vioxx was pulled from pharmacy shelves, last week we got word that Celebrex, another of what they call Cox-2 inhibitors, an arthritis painkiller linked to heart and stroke.

    CNN Transcript Dec 20, 2004

  • In a follow-up letter last week, the pair said they were writing as "bipartisan fans" of the Padres, spurred in part by the April 5 opening day game for the Padres they said many fans would be unable to watch due to what they called Cox's "delaying tactics."

    Multichannel News: Cable Operators

  • In a follow-up letter last week, the pair said they were writing as "bipartisan fans" of the Padres, spurred in part by the April 5 opening day game for the Padres they said many fans would be unable to watch due to what they called Cox's "delaying tactics."

    Multichannel News: Cable Operators

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