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noun as in viper

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It was before the Medicaid expansion, so nearly his entire UI benefit was used up on our COBRA premiums.

From Time

Cobra and One Betta will spend their shifts sniffing the face coverings of employees passing through a checkpoint to detect the presence of the virus in sweat, breath and scents due to metabolic changes that the virus causes in the human body.

In non-pandemic times, most workers who have left their jobs try to avoid signing up for COBRA.

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Forget about the arm for a minute, that implausibly strong, tensile, spitting cobra of an arm.

Cobra then mills the outside of the club and attaches a 6061 aluminum club face.

Sata, who was known as King Cobra because of his sharp tongue, was thought to have been seriously ill for some time.

Miraculously, and thanks to three hundred Marines and Cobra attack helicopters, the convoy made it to Kirkuk.

Cameron later cut short his European trip and will chair another Cobra meeting Thursday morning.

Her husband, Major John Ruocco USMC was a decorated Cobra pilot and died by suicide on February 7, 2005.

In the wake of the 2003 invasion of Iraq, they teamed up again to produce Cobra II in 2007.

In the moonlight I could distinctly see the head of a cobra lying on another branch very near mine.

Then the cobra crawled along the branch to the trunk of the tree, and then on down to the ground.

The cobra was a sacred beast to the Hindus, and a seven-headed one was peculiarly so, seven being a mystic number.

All horrent the cobra exalts his hooded head, and the spanning jaws fly open.

Put round the neck a cobra-capella, and dress him in the garments by making nine folds round the waist.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cobra, such as: adder, asp, copperhead, rattle, and snake.

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