Her cobra benefits have run out, leaving her without coverage.
Miraculously, and thanks to three hundred Marines and cobra attack helicopters, the convoy made it to Kirkuk.
Her husband, Major John Ruocco USMC was a decorated cobra pilot and died by suicide on February 7, 2005.
The cobra haje of Egypt, the most deadly reptile in that country, whose figure was worn as the head-dress of kings and queens.
It was beautifully tattooed in red and blue, like the scales of a cobra.
America is the country of the rattlesnake; Africa, of the cerastes; and Asia, of the hooded snake, or cobra di capello.
If you are only a sweeper, be glad that you were not born a pig or a cobra.
For out of each ruin reared the hooded head of a cobra, and one struck at her bare leg.
They will not touch or kill a cobra, and do not swear by it.
The cobra stood erect over him, hissing and putting out his tongue as if conscious of victory.
1802, short for cobra capello (1670s), from Portuguese cobra de capello "serpent (of the hood)," from Latin colubra "a snake, female serpent" (source of French couleuvre "adder"), of uncertain origin. So called for the expandable loose skin about its neck. The word came to English via Portuguese colonies in India, where the native name is nag (see naga).
Do you mean CORBA? Or is there a COBRA?