Synsets for "cosh"
Synset: blackjack.n.02
Synonyms: blackjack
Part of Speech: NOUN
Definition: a piece of metal covered by leather with a flexible handle; used for hitting people
Examples:
Lemmas: blackjack cosh sap
Hypernym: bludgeon
Hyponym:
Antonyms:
Synset: cosh.v.01
Synonyms: cosh
Part of Speech: VERB
Definition: hit with a cosh, usually on the head
Examples:
Lemmas: cosh
Hypernym: hit
Hyponym:
Antonyms:
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Mary Cosh | Mary Cosh was born in Bristol on 3 March 1919 to Arthur Strode (a director) and Ellen (Janisch) Cosh. She was educated at Clifton High School. |
Blackburn Corporation Tramways | Blackburn Corporation Tramways Company was established in 1886 by Cosh & Cramp, a partnership of a London-based tramway contractor and engineer, Charles Courtney Cramp and Richard Lawrence Cosh. |
Chris Cosh | Cosh played linebacker for the Virginia Tech Hokies from 1977 to 1981. |
Colby Cosh | Besides politics, Cosh occasionally writes about ice hockey, and is a contributing member of the Oilogosphere. |
Partial fractions in complex analysis | sinh("x") < cosh("x") for all real "x", which yields |
Capillary bridges | =\cosh \left ( \frac{r}{z_{1}} \right ) |}} |
2009 Maryland Terrapins football team | Upon the conclusion of the 2008 regular season, defensive coordinator Chris Cosh announced his resignation. Cosh returned to Kansas State as defensive coordinator and assistant coach to the recently re-hired Bill Snyder, who had been head coach from 1996 to 2005. Cosh previously served under Snyder as linebackers coach from 2004 to 2005. |
Chris Cosh | On January 18, 2012, Cosh was announced as the new defensive coordinator at the University of South Florida. |
Colby Cosh | Colby Cosh (born May 2, 1971) is a Canadian commentator, writer and editor of non-fiction, and blogger. |
Angle of parallelism | where sinh, cosh, tanh, sech and csch are hyperbolic functions and gd is the Gudermannian function. |
Symmetry in mathematics | Examples of even functions are x, "x", "x", cos("x"), and cosh("x"). |
Airy wave theory | with sinh and cosh the hyperbolic sine and hyperbolic cosine function, respectively. |
Colby Cosh | Subsequently, Cosh became a regular op-ed contributor to the "National Post", and joined the "Report"-influenced "Western Standard" as its sports columnist in 2004. He has contributed to numerous other print and online publications. Cosh left the "Post" in 2009. He currently contributes a blog to "Macleans". His website "ColbyCosh.com" was started in June 2002. |
Colby Cosh | Cosh was born in Edmonton, Alberta and grew up in Bon Accord, Alberta, north of Edmonton. He graduated from the University of Alberta in 1993, doing further study in European intellectual history under libertarian scholar Ronald Hamowy. Cosh generally writes political, social and sports commentary for his blog, and professionally for the conservative press. Cosh's own views tend towards libertarianism. |
Western Standard | All four – Selick, Williams, Cosh, and Johnston – are known for their libertarian political views. |
Stumpff function | Similarly, by comparing with the expansion of the hyperbolic functions sinh and cosh we find: |
Sedative | The term "chemical cosh" (a club) is sometimes used popularly for a strong sedative, particularly for: |
Hyperbolic triangle | Trigonometric formulas for hyperbolic triangles depend on the hyperbolic functions sinh, cosh, and tanh. |
Coandă effect | v/v = exp [(2h/πr) tan[{(sinh (πθr/4h)- cosh(πθr/4h) tanh((πγr/4h)}] |
River Skirfare | is the confluence of Foxup Beck and Cosh Beck at the hamlet of Foxup. |