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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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Kirmond went over from Kyle Wood's kick and then Cockayne was quickest to react when Wood's grubber rebounded off the post.
Cockayne, of Margam Crescent, Walsall admitted two charges of sexual assault and he was further told he must register as a sex offender for the rest of his life.
Glisson and Cockayne bring the number of employees in Kodak's Venture Division to 9 based in Rochester, New York, Silicon Valley and London.
Cockayne (right) said: "Whereas in 2006 we were a bit realistic that we weren't going to get to Wembley, this time we have more of a chance.
It took Rovers a while to establish any kind of bridgehead in Vikings territory but when they did a smart short grubberkick from half-back Albert Kelly allowed full-back Cockayne to touch down wide out for a four-pointer.
Ken Sio led the way with a hat-trick of tries while Ben Cockayne and onloan Huddersfield Giants debutant Shaun Lunt notched braces.
FOX IN BOX: ace Peter Collis put Fox in for his first, Kirmond touched down a Kyle Wood kick and Ben Cockayne scored right on half time.
WAKEFIELD 36 HULL KR 20 BEN COCKAYNE grabbed a late hat-trick against his old pals to leave Rovers still seeking a first win since July.
Jayne Hughes set up Amy and Friends after her daughter, Amy, was diagnosed with the debilitating premature ageing disorder Cockayne Syndrome (CS).
HULL KR have decided not to sack full-back Ben Cockayne, who was last week given a suspended prison sentence for assault.
City insisted that the winner should have been chalked off, claiming Jeffrey had controlled the ball with her hand, and they seemed to be suffering a hangover as they trailed 1-0 in their midweek duel with Leicester City, But they recovered superbly to power home 5-1 with goals from Abi Cockayne, Helen Dermody, Danni Saulter, Cherelle Archibald and new signing Kirsty Robson - and they took that form into Sunday's game to win more comfortably than the scoreline suggests.
Dean Cockayne, operations director, said: "No job has even been too big or too small for us and the company has grown steadily since 2002.