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Definition of Cockup

Cockup
Cockup Cock"up, n. (Zo["o]l.) A large, highly esteemed, edible fish of India (Lates calcarifer); -- also called begti.

Meaning of Cockup from wikipedia

- Great ****up is a fell in the northern region of the English Lake District, one of the four Uldale Fells (the others being Longlands Fell, Great Sca Fell...
- Little ****up is a fell in the Northern Fells area of the Lake District, ****bria, England. It is located in the Uldale Fells, about 5 km or 3 miles north...
- following Sunday, this time however, ITV showed Alright on the Night's ****up Trip in its place. Frank W. Smith Simon J. Sharkey 28 September 1997 (1997-09-28)...
- on-location; most notably, Alright on the Night's ****up Trip which was presented from the Great ****up fell in the Lake District, 21 Years of Alright on...
- Uldale Fells, the other three being Longlands Fell, Meal Fell and Great ****up. It is a Wainwright, and the lowest of the lakeland ‘Sca fells’, the other...
- across the valley. The valley is flanked on the northern side by Great ****up, and on the southern side by Bakestall, part of the Skiddaw m****if. At the...
- Crag Grayrigg Forest Graystones Great Borne Great Calva Great Carrs Great ****up Great Crag Great Dodd Great End Great Gable Great Mell Fell Great Rigg Great...
- or "he is such a clusterf**k." CO (abbreviation) - Commanding Officer. ****up - A situation that has become extremely disorganized (from "****ed hat"...
- ridges are more complex and include Great Sca Fell, Meal Fell, Great ****up, Little ****up, Brae Fell and Longlands Fell. Alone to the extreme west across...
- (2,077 ft) Brae Fell, 586 m (1,923 ft) Meal Fell, 550 m (1,804 ft) Great ****up, 526 m (1,726 ft) Souther Fell, 522 m (1,713 ft) Dodd, 502 m (1,647 ft)...
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