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(kū'pĕr),
Astley Paston, English anatomist and surgeon, 1768-1841. See: Cooper fascia, Cooper hernia, Cooper herniotome, Cooper ligaments, suspensory ligaments of Cooper.
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Despite this, he was not included in the memoriam section of Sunday's Baftas awards bash in which other top names - such as Doctor Who star Elisabeth Sladen, Diff'rent Strokes actor Gary Coleman and boxing ace Sir Henry Cooper - were remembered.
STARS from the worlds of showbusiness and sport came together yesterday to pay their respects to heavyweight boxing champion Sir Henry Cooper.
FOND FAREWELL: The coffin of boxer Sir Henry Cooper leaves the church in Tonbridge, while those paying respects to 'Enry included Kevin Keegan, Cliff Morgan and Bobby Charlton
WE AT Lingfield Park were very sad to learn that Sir Henry Cooper had passed away.
London, May 2 (ANI): British boxing legend Sir Henry Cooper has died at the age of 76 at his son's house at Oxted in Surrey.
LEGENDARY heavyweight Muhammad Ali led the tributes to his "old friend" Sir Henry Cooper, who died yesterday, describing him as "a great fighter and a gentleman".
Former world heavyweight title challenger Sir Henry Cooper said: "I always found him a fair guy.
Haye claimed he was simply selling the fight, yet former British, European and Commonwealth heavyweight champion Sir Henry Cooper was among those who found his conduct distasteful.
Among the famous faces and influential figures from the last half-century was director Tim Burton and his actress wife Helena Bonham Carter, Sir Henry Cooper, actor Sir David Jason, ballerina Darcy Bussell and explorer David Hempleman-Adams.
Each action-packed DVD is introduced by Sir Henry Cooper and contains two programmes from the ESPN archives.
SIR HENRY COOPER has served up a knockout punch for today's glitzy boxing stars by claiming:
BOXING legend Sir Henry Cooper was this week included in a list of people dubbed national treasures.