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co·quille

(kō-kēl'),
A spheric curved lens of uniform thickness.
[Fr.]

coquille 

An unsurfaced lens, approximately plano, made by allowing sheet material to sag onto a shaped former (British Standard). This lens is often used in goggles.
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The Coquille Valley Hospital District was certified as a Medicare "critical access hospital" (CAH) under federal law in 2003.
Richard, will discuss the Coquille project, including key criteria for evaluating and approving the deployment, the considerations for a high speed optical link between the two cities, and how certain resources built for Bandon are being leveraged for the Coquille project.
The couple own multiple pieces of property in Linn and Coos counties, including a motel and a diner in Coquille.
4 Creswell in early January to rise to 3-0 in the MVC, but they immediately fell back to earth with a 51-40 loss at Coquille.
Hailey, an eighth-grader at Coquille Valley School, worked with fellow members of her leadership class to create a "youth room" at her school to give students a fun and relaxing place to "hang out.
The Billies are moving out of the eight-team PacWest Conference, along with Harrisburg and Creswell, and into the new six-team Mountain Valley Conference that also features Coquille, Glide and La Pine.
Caden lives in Coquille with his mother and father.
Coffin recommended that a motion by the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Coquille Indian Tribe to dismiss the case should be granted.
The Coquille Economic Development Corporation (CEDCO), the business arm of the Coquille Indian Tribe, will use the funds to create a state-of-the-art destination RV park on a 12-acre portion of a 50-acre former lumber mill, which closed in 1989.
Coquille Tribal Community Fund to provide school supplies
Although we were shut in at Coquille Bay for the last several weeks due to weather related storms, we did not sustain any significant damage and we are working to return the field to production as quickly as possible and resume our workover program in that area.
The BIA plans to log more than 500 acres in the Middle Fork Coquille River water shed, an area that is home to both the northern spotted owl and the marbled murrelet, which are both on the endangered species list.