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Cole

(kōl),
Laurent, 20th-century French pathologist. See: Benedict-Hopkins-Cole reagent.

Cole

(kōl),
Warren Henry, surgeon, 1898-1990, codeveloper with E. A. Graham of cholecystography, first described in 1924. See: Graham-Cole test.

cole

brassicanapa subsp. campestris.
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Wayne Ellington, with the warmth of his smooth, velvet tones superbly brings his own inimitable style to the music of Nat King Cole.
Legendary singer, George Benson is to pay a tribute to Nat King Cole on May 25 at the Mohammed V National Theatre in Rabat, Morocco Cultures Association announced in a statement.
He was the first African American to have his own television show, 'The Nat King Cole Show' in 1957," Fox News quoted Timolin.
Nat King Cole - Mona Lisa: Cole had more than 100 chart singles - including this.
The Moulin Rouge, a historic Las Vegas casino that once played host to the likes of Sammy Davis Jr and Nat King Cole, has been destroyed by fire.
Natalie Cole was the second daughter of Negro America's royal couple, Nat King Cole and his stunning, socially ambitious wife Maria Cole.
The Milwaukee Repertory Theater's production of "The House That Nat Built" promises to be an unforgettable experience, focusing on the music of Nat King Cole.
LISTENING to Natalie Cole's Unforgettable (Elektra), one is reminded how greatly her father, Nat King Cole, is etched into the music and culture of our society.
Nat King Cole Sings for Two in Love (and More) (Capitol) is, except for a couple of tunes like Autumn Leaves:' full of wall of-drecky-strings blandness; Just One of Those Things (and More) (Capitol) at least offers, ironically, some grittier big-band charts.