COTTS

AcronymDefinition
COTTSCost of the Troubles Study (research organization; Northern Ireland conflict; UK)
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"Eards has trained with the Under-21s this morning and done a full session so he is a little bit further ahead than Cotts."
Horse surgeon Richard Coomer spent around 10 minutes with the Queen, giving her a tour of Cotts' operating theatre - where around 700 animals go under the knife each year.
Famous interior designer Ms Richardson, who has starred in hit-shows such as Changing Rooms, was invited to come along by the Fowke family, who run and own Cotts.
Cotts has impressively and convincingly undertaken just such an analysis.
Cotts and Yates both had their 2009 seasons cut short by elbow injuries that required Tommy John surgery in July.
Mitchell Cotts will continue to produce pharmaceuticals, including ingredients used in eyedrops to treat people with glaucoma.
Substitute Mark McNally, who replaced the injured Ryan MacKey in the 85th minute, inspired a deflated St Mary's with a individual piece of skill before crossing from the right to Cotts, who headed home from close range.
Ernst Ryll, a spokes- man for Mitchell Cotts, said the firm was delighted to help.
Bradley walked and Pedroia reached on a fielder's choice to set the stage for Ortiz against Texas reliever Neal Cotts.
  Inherited runners-scored--Ogando 1-0, Cotts 2-2, Tazawa 1-0.