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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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Cole recorded the tune anew in 1961, in a stereo version of the Riddle arrangement, for the album The Nat King Cole Story.
Considered a prominent musician, who revolutionized jazz guitar as Nat King Cole once did for the piano, George Benson will perform a large repertoire of songs by the famous crooner in collaboration with the Royal Symphony Orchestra.
The Nat King Cole Generation Hope Foundation will deliver brand new instruments to Florida high schools with underfunded musical programs.
Nat King Cole - Mona Lisa: Cole had more than 100 chart singles - including this.
He has worked with greats including Helen Shapiro, Johnny Dankworth and Larry Adler and skilfully recreates Nat King Cole,Ella Fitzgerald and Bing Crosby standards.
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.
Many of us also recall a smooth warrior and dapper crooner making musical and racial history as host of his own variety show: Nat King Cole.
Bruce Swedien, for Recording/Engineering Innovation, for his work with Michael Jackson, Dinah Washington, Mick Jagger, Muddy Waters and Nat King Cole
And the show, which is backed by world-class musicians, is described as a 'tasteful, authentic tribute' to the musical icons of the 1950s and 60s including Elvis Presley, Nat King Cole, Buddy Holly, The Everly Brothers, Frankie Valley, Aretha Franklin, Dionne Warwick, The Beach Boys, The Carpenters, Patsy Cline and four blokes from Liverpool who seem to have became rather famous.
On L-O-V-E, Cuban superstar Delgado recreates 12 sultry and sexy Spanish recordings originally sung by crooner Nat King Cole.