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Cooke

(kuk),
A. Bennett, 19th-century U.S. physician. See: Cooke speculum.
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Cooke denied the incident to The Daily News Wednesday before turning herself in to police.
The Cooke family of companies includes global aquaculture divisions under Cooke Inc.
The New Brunswick, Canada based Cooke family also has investments in wild fisheries globally through their ownership of Cooke Seafood USA, Inc.
Colin Cooke helped to shelter his son in the days following the killing, before the younger man handed himself in to police some days later.
Previously, Cooke was employed as the human resource partner to the chief operating officer, division presidents as well as global function leads at Life Technologies.
Mr Cooke and his wife Elizabeth had the shop at 14 Porth Street and were living next door at number 13 when Elizabeth died in 1920.
Cooke is survived by his wife, Pauline Turner Cooke, daughter Kelly Turner-Cooke, brothers David Cooke and Tom Cooke and sisters-in-law Leann Cooke and Margaret Cooke.
The raw elation of Cooke leaning forward over her bike repeatedly screaming and punching the air provided one of the enduring images of those Games.
Prof Cooke was credited with doing much to ensure the survival of the famous sextuplets born to Janet and Graham Walton, from Wirral, at Liverpool maternity hospital, in Oxford Street, in November 1983.
The Crown Prosecution Service said Cooke will face no further action for the incident.
Some 60 years later, the younger Cooke is astonished to discover that he doesn't appear in a single frame: "If I were visiting my six-year-old boy, I'd shoot the boy as well as the trains.
Cooke - who won gold in the women's road race at Beijing two years ago - aims to defend her title at London 2012.