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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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Are you saying the only reason Cole can't take lessons is because of those steps?
No one was in the aisle but Cole felt as if everyone inside the store could see him.
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Cole was first replaced by Nicole Scherzinger, who was later fired to make room for former teen-pop superstar Britney Spears.
Despite his apology for calling the FA "a bunch of t***", Chelsea will fine Cole two weeks' wages for breaching the club's social media rules, and he is also set to be charged with misconduct by the FA - leading to a fine of around PS20,000.
About 20 years ago, Cole decided to take his deer hunting to the next level, so he started studying whitetails to gain insight into their behavior.
We leased the building to Kenneth Cole in an as-is condition, and made only a minimal investment in improvements.
Most Stairs Ollied Up: Chris Cole (6), San Diego, CA
If you walk down the canyon," Cole explains, "it's like walking from Oregon to Las Vegas.
The attack was seen by a policeman watching CCTV images from the town centre and officers later arrested Cole.
And she sets out to prove she is right by taking Cole on an adventure of a lifetime through her rain forest.
Still, as bad as things look, staring down a second Bush term and a new Attorney General who may top John Ashcroft in his contempt for the rule of law and human rights, Cole sees reasons for optimism.

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