- Origin: 1150–1200; Middle English corbin < Old French < Latin corvīnus corvine. : 10. :09.
- Corbie Woods, Graham Street, Dundee
- Corbie Woods, Graham Street, Dundee. Page 2. description.
- MIRANDA CORBIE is back! City of Secrets—September 13th, 2011
- compelling snapshot of the past--a past as smart, complex and jaded as her lead character, female P.I. Miranda Corbie.
- aint Colletta of Corbie
- Daughter of the carpenter of the nearby. Benedictine abbey, she was a Beghard, then a Benedictine nun, then a Poor Clare. 1381-1447 aint Colletta of Corbie.
- Health Equity through Community Based Participatory Research
- Project GRACE: Building and sustaining effective CBPR partnerships to address HIV disparities p p p.
- 6 CORBIE DRIVE
- 6 CORBIE DRIVE. DALKEITH, EH22 2QQ. FIXED PRICE £180000.
- Academic All-Star: Corbie Krogman
- By Kelly Evenson - firstname.lastname@example.org I would tell them to work hard and to not lose sight of your goals.
- How readers recharge
- Here are some suggestions they shared on Facebook and in e-mails: Corbie wrote: "Stop absolutely where you are and focus on everything for a minute; the chair, table, what you're wearing. When you focus like that, everything gets put in perspective.
- The sporting week ahead
- PHILIPHAUGH HILL RUN: Sunday, August 14 – Race starts at Corbie Lynn (11am). Entries still available. See page 25 for details.
- Caribbean Airlines Makes Dreams Come True In Orlando
- Acting Chief Executive Officer of Caribbean Airlines Robert Corbie was on hand together with members of the airline's executive team to usher the children and their chaperones to their flight on Tuesday morning.
- Interview: Microforum - Kyotokei and the Future of the eShop
- Our own Corbie Dillard and Zach Kaplan sat down with Giovanni Simotti, CTO of developer/publisher Microforum, to discuss the release as well as the company's possible 3DS plans and Nintendo's online shops in general.
- Corbie Abbey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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- corbie - definition of corbie by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus
- (Life Sciences & Allied Applications / Animals) a Scot name for raven1, crow1. [ from Old French corbin, from Latin corvīnus corvine].
- corbie - Wiktionary
- corbie. Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Jump to: navigation, search  Noun.
- About Corbie | Fire Through Spirit
- I chose the name “Corbie” to honor ravens, my guides and avatars.
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