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(kū'pĕr),
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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Well-located along the desirable Hooper Avenue retail corridor, Commons at Hooper is a great addition to our growing portfolio," he said.
Leeds defender Pontus Jansson headed clear another effort with claims that he handled in the box - then Hooper steadied the nerves again.
Hooper made his directing debut with "Eggshells," a low-budget hippie movie that was released in 1969.
So sad to say goodbye to TOBE Hooper, the man who took a chance on me and gave me my career in film's greatest genre.
Hooper is presently the Senior Member of RealTime Laboratories, (RTL) Inc.
Currently, Dr Hooper is a professor of Cancer Biology and Neurological Surgery at Thomas Jefferson University.
Hooper was cited for an act of foul play - charging into a ruck or maul without the use of arms or grasping the player (England full-back Mike Brown) - during last week's game at Twickenham.
Hooper quit Parkhead to pursue his Premier League dream when he sealed a PS5.
Although Hooper did not conceive of the idea of the congress, he was approached by Oklahoma leader Kate Barnard, who quickly convinced him of its value.
Mr Hussain was made to drive Hooper against his will and only escaped by mouthing "help me " to a garage worker then making a run for it.
The Canaries' long-standing interest and the prospect of playing in the Barclays Premier League persuaded Hooper to swap Champions League nights at Parkhead and the goldfish bowl that is football in Glasgow for Norfolk.