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coif

(formerly in England) the white cap worn by a SERJEANT AT LAW. It may have inspired the naming of the ORDER OF THE COIF.

COIF. A head-dress. In England there are certain serjeants at law, who are called serjeants of the coif, from the lawn coif they wear on their heads under their thin caps when they are admitted to that order.

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COIF is classified as an alternative investment fund under applicable regulation and accordingly is managed by CCLA Fund Managers Limited, an Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive-compliant (wholly owned) subsidiary of CCLA.
Without further ado, I am pleased to introduce our Coif lecturer, Professor Michael Reisman, who is a sensitive human being and, in my opinion, the top intellect at Yale University Law School.
Robert Byrd instituting a dress code requiring all employees to sport a coif of wavy blue hair.
He gives to Hrefna an ornate coif, which Ingebjorg had originally sent with him as a gift for Gudrun, and this causes Gudrun to precipitate a feud between the two families by having the coif stolen.
The COIF was set up with money from the European Regional Development Fund and aims to attract a further pounds 28m from co-investors.
Contemporary photographs all catch the writer's arched, boomerang eyebrows, the lovingly curled pageboy coif, and the long, bony face that is equal parts Olive Oyl, Joyce Carol Oates, and Seabiscuit.
from New York University School of Law, where he served as an editor of the Law Review and was elected to the Order of the Coif.
is a healthcare attorney with Holleb & Coif in Chicago and author of a new Assisted Living Federation of America (ALFA) book entitled Assisted Living Regulations: A State-by-State Profile.
For instance, constant traction on the hair by pulling it into a ponytail or constantly wearing a tightly pulled-back coif can result in hairline hair loss in females.
Ellins received his undergraduate degree with honors from Colgate University, where he is a member of the Board of Trustees, and his law degree from New York University, where he was a member of the Law Review and Order of the Coif.
Venture capital firm NorthStar Equity Investors (NSEI) is gearing up for another successful year supporting the region after fully investing its CoIF and POC funds worth pounds 33m, creating a further pounds 60m investment in the region - a figure it tips to reach pounds 100m by the end of 2009.
Overall it's expected to raise more than pounds 50m for North East businesses, with pounds 23m from the COIF and pounds 28m from co-investors.