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Cooke

(kuk),
A. Bennett, 19th-century U.S. physician. See: Cooke speculum.
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In this endeavor, Cooke had the backing of Mahler's widow, Alma, and since the mid-1960s, when Eugene Ormandy and the Philadelphia Orchestra made the first recording of the piece, the symphony has had notable advocates, most recently Simon Rattle.
Hull went further ahead after 50 minutes with Cooke collecting his his second try of the season.
Result: 1, Nicole Cooke (Halfords Bikehut) 106km in 3hr 57sec; 2, Emma Pooley (Specialized) same time; 3.
Cooke had a hand in early tries for Makali Aizue and Ben Cockayne under a closed roof at the Millennium Stadium and his new side held on after replies from Gareth Raynor and Sid Domic.
Mrs Cooke dedicated 76 years of her life to raising money for the Royal British Legion and is believed to have sold around 30,000 poppies.
Larry Liu received his associate's degree from the Community College of Philadelphia and, with the help of a Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship, recently graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a bachelor's degree in sociology and economic policy.
Veteran boss Cooke paid the price yesterday after Athlone's dire run of 10 defeats in their first 10 game.
Cooke was on the theology faculty at Marquette University in Milwaukee in 1963 when he established a doctoral program in theology for lay students, the first such program in the United States, according to Marquette's website.
8220;Working for the USA,” produced and written by Steve Cooke features his classic 12-string guitar sound, accompanied with notes of pedal steel and roaring Rock guitar riffs joining in the fanfare.
Few Olympic fans will forget the memorable manner in which Cooke started the Beijing GB gold rush in 2008.
The hospital has decided to rename its neonatal department as the Richard Cooke Neonatal Unit.
Householder Vincent Cooke, who was arrested on suspicion of murder after the death of an intruder at his home, has been cleared of any wrongdoing.