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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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Most people have tried it and found a place for it in their program or moved on," said Cooperages 1912's Van Ermst, who also reported that the price gap between French oak and Eastern European oak has lessened in the last few years.
Even later my son celebrated his 21st birthday at the Cooperage and his grandparents et al loved what they saw - uneven floors - not a problem, the odd nail here and there - not a problem.
The Cooperage also survived the great fire of 1854, a huge explosion which sent fireballs across the Tyne and could be heard as far away as Hartlepool according to contemporary reports, and wiped out many of the buildings which used to line the Quayside.
The French-owned American oak barrel producer Canton Cooperage extended its Grand Cru Limited Edition product line to include a 300-liter hogshead barrel produced of extra fine grain staves aged for a minimum of 48 months.
The evolution of Kadar's barrels and barrel-making practices represent improvements seen across a wide swath of the cooperage industry in Hungary.
Meanwhile, The Cooperage reputedly had its own ghosts.
Our guides were from the Kadar Hungary cooperage, and my comrades were Cameron Frey from Ramey Wine Cellars in Sonoma County, Aron Weinkauf of Spottswoode in Napa Valley, Andrew Windsor of Tinhorn Creek in British Columbia and Anthony Yount of Denner Vineyards in Paso Robles.
Ms Tychmann moved to Newcastle to study at Northumbria University and met Mitchell while working as a barmaid at the Cooperage. Mr Corballo is a graduate, originally from Tenerife.
The Cooperage is undoubtedly one of Newcastle's oldest buildings, but its career as a pub is relatively recent.

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