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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 first met the One Direction member when the latter auditioned for "The X Factor U.
But it seems that Hodgson has agreed to leave Cole out of the team against the World Cup minnows, keeping faith with in-form Everton defender Baines (right).
Cole quickly pointed out that though he loves to deer hunt, his wife, Lorie, and daughters, Megan and Madison, are his priorities.
Cole ran to the passenger side and pulled the door with both hands.
Biggest Half-Cab Kickflip: Chris Cole, Philadelphia, PA
Nevertheless, Cole predicts that the new temperatures will be used in computer simulations to give researchers a better global picture of past temperatures and perhaps to project temperatures into the future.
John Lawson, for Cole, said when Mr Armstrong asked Cole about his injury Cole thought that he had some involvement in an attack on him the previous night.
Today, the school operates debt-free, and Cole has turned the tide of its declining enrollment.
At least she thought so until her uncle spilled the beans that Cole was an ex-Marine Recon.
Cole received the Thomas Jefferson Center's William J.
At first Cole tries to escape, and then he attacks a giant white bear, a Spirit Bear, that infuriates him by not showing any fear.
Cole draws from both personal experience as a civil rights attorney and historical analysis to illustrate the concept that immigrants are like the miner's canary.

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