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Cock·ayne

(kok'ān),
Edward A., British physician, 1880-1956. See: Cockayne disease, Cockayne syndrome, Weber-Cockayne syndrome.
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Nicknamed 'Charlie', Cockayne was already on a final warning for posting alleged racist comments on his Facebook site, as revealed by the Daily Mirror in April.
Ben Cockayne scores the winning try for Hull KR against Wakefield; UPBEAT: Morgan
Wakefield were down to 11 men at one stage with Tevita Latu yellowcarded for a high tackle and then Richard Moore and Cockayne followed just before the break for trading punches.
Carling's autobiography, due to be published next month, reveals how Michelle Lineker - wife of former soccer star Gary and sister of Miss Cockayne - warned her about Carling.
Graham Cockayne has been told he is not on a green bin collection route - despite houses just yards away having their recyclables collected by the council.
Julia says she gave 100 per cent to her marriage although her former husband was secretly having intimate meetings with Diana and Ali Cockayne.
Lane, 30, of no fixed address, and Cockayne, 25, of Sutton Road, Erdington, were jailed at Birmingham Crown Court yesterday after previously admitting robbery, In passing sentence, Recorder Nicholas Cartwright said the robbers had deliberately singled out the OAP, who was targeted after visiting the Swan pub in Erdington on March 12.
He will work with Ms Cockayne in the delivery of product and sales training to customers across the world.
Recommendations Wakefield 1pt 11-10 Coral, Ladbrokes B Cockayne first tryscorer 0.
London, Feb 7 ( ANI ): Ben Cockayne has vowed to clean-up his act after his former team Hull Kingston Rovers released the 28-year-old full-back following his involvement in a police car chase.
Instead it was the visitors who opened the scoring on 17 minutes when winger Ben Cockayne weaved his way in out wide.