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 Whina Cooper - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
During the 1960s Whina Cooper worked on a local level around Auckland, but, with declining health, she kept largely out of the national spotlight.
Whina took a leading role in community activities, and her flair and abilities led to her becoming the undisputed Māori leader of the northern Hokianga by her mid-30s.
Whina Cooper returned to Panguru in the Hokianga in 1983 and died there at the age of 98 in 1994.
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 Russell Cooper
Cooper's term as Leader of the Opposition was brought to an end in 1991, when allegations were made in the Courier-Mail (additional info and facts about Courier-Mail) that a large number of Queensland parliamentarians from all parties had abused their travel entitlements (the "travel rorts affair").
Theo Russell Cooper (born 4 February 1941) is a former Australia (A nation occupying the whole of the Australian continent; aboriginal tribes are thought to have migrated from southeastern Asia 20,000 years ago; first Europeans were British convicts sent there as a penal colony) n National Party (additional info and facts about National Party) politician.
On 9 December Cooper announced that he was under investigation for the funding of a trip to Hamilton Island (additional info and facts about Hamilton Island) with his wife, refunded the cost of the trip, and stood down as National Party leader.
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 Facts about topic: (Kevin Cooper)
Kevin Cooper is a deathrow (additional info and facts about deathrow) inmate in California (A state in the western United States on the Pacific; the 3rd largest state; known for earthquakes) 's San Quentin Prison (additional info and facts about San Quentin Prison).
Cooper was convicted and sentenced to death by lethal injection (which is the norm for California deathrow inmates) for the murders and has been on deathrow since.
Cooper's case is considered by many to be a case of a white jury convicting a black man, based on little evidence, of committing an act of violence against white people.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/k/ke/kevin_cooper.htm   (514 words)

  
 Betty Cooper - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Betty also is fond of children, since she is often featured in stories where she is babysitting or spending time with the kids in her neighborhood.
The quintessential girl-next-door, Betty's middle class upbringing is a world apart from the flashy lifestyle of her wealthy friend Veronica Lodge.
Betty appears in all of the current Riverdale-related titles that are published by Archie Comics.
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 Yvette Cooper - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
[1] Yvette Cooper rose rapidly in parliament, after two years on the Education and Employment Select Committee she became, in 1999, a member of the Tony Blair government as the Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Department of Health, and in 2003 moved to the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister.
Born in Inverness, her father is Derek Cooper the former general secretary of the trade union, the Engineers and Managers Association.
When their second child was born, Cooper became the first serving minister to take maternity leave in 2001.
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 Sly Cooper - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sly's primary weapon in the games is his family's cane, which is a brown stick ending in the shape of a "C" at the top, presumably to stand for "Cooper".
Sly Cooper is aided in his adventures by his friends Bentley, a brainy turtle, and Murray, a strong, muscular hippo.
Sly Cooper and other characters from the games were also featured in a comic book published in 2004 by Gamepro Magazine to promote the release of Sly 2: Band of Thieves.
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 Gordon Cooper - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The story of the Mercury astronauts is portrayed in the film The Right Stuff (1983), in which Cooper was played by Dennis Quaid.
Gordon realized that these men, who on a regular basis have seen experimental aircraft flying and landing around them as part of their job of filming those aircraft, were clearly worked up and unnerved.
Gordon also worked with the Imagineering program at Disney and was involved with the Advanced Technology Group for a number of years, where he had a number of interesting experiences which only backed up his belief in intelligent life from another planet.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Gordon_Cooper   (1244 words)

  
 Walter Gilbert Genealogy: Abraham Dickerman & Mary Cooper
Mary Cooper was born in England about 1636, baptized on Sunday, August 15, 1641, and died in New Haven on January 4, 1705/6.
He married, January 2, 1658/9, Mary Cooper, born about 1636, England, died January 4, 1705/6, daughter of John Cooper.
Abraham Dickerman was born in New Haven on January 14, 1673, and died in 1748.
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 Val Cooper - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Originally, Valerie Cooper took a hardline concern on the problem, of the threat that superhumans and mutants posed to the United States.
This position changed slightly when Valerie Cooper oversaw Mystique's team as Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, which operated under the new name of Freedom Force.
With the world getting more dangerous around her and the leaving of some of the members, Cooper was forced to allow Mystique and Sabretooth to join.
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The graveyard in Left-Center (just like Yankee Stadium?)
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 Cooper Hall
It is named in honor of W. Prentice Cooper, governor of Tennessee from 1939- 1945, and was built in 1966.
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 Matthew Cooper - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Matthew Cooper is a reporter with TIME magazine, who, along with New York Times reporter Judith Miller was held in contempt of court and threatened with imprisonment for refusing to testify before the Grand Jury regarding the Valerie Plame CIA leak investigation.
Cooper told the judge he had gone to sleep the night before ready to face the sanctions he expected to be imposed, but he received a last minute call from his confidential sources freeing him from his confidentiality agreements.
Matthew Cooper is married to Democratic strategist Mandy Grunwald.
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 Jeanne Cooper - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cooper's character has broken ground in the daytime medium; Katherine has been involved in what was strongly insinuated to be a lesbian relationship, endured several bouts with alcoholism, and the loss of many men in her life (two husbands, a child, and a grandchild).
Cooper was married for 23 years to television producer Harry Bernsen, and is mother to actor Corbin Bernsen, of L.A. Law fame (she guest-starred twice as his character's mother on the series), and mother-in-law of British actress Amanda Pays.
Wilma Jeanne Cooper (born October 25, 1928 in Taft, California) is an Cherokee-American actress, best known for her role as Katherine Chancellor on The Young and the Restless, which she has played since the series debut in 1973.
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 James Fenimore Cooper - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In 1833 Cooper returned to America, and immediately published A Letter to my Countrymen, in which he gave his own version of the controversy he had been engaged in, and passed some sharp censure on his compatriots for their share in it.
Cooper spend the last years of his life in Cooperstown, New York (named for his father).
His stories have been translated into nearly all the languages of Europe and into some of those of Asia.
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 Literary Encyclopedia: Cooper, James Fenimore
Cooper wrote The Prairie in Europe, where he had moved in 1826 with his family—in the best tradition of the educational Grand Tour—and where he resided until 1833.
Cooper's uncommon expertise in navigation also found expression in his authoritative two-volume History of the Navy of the United States of America, published in 1839.
Cooper became convinced that America, and its press in particular, were unduly influenced by foreign opinion and took every opportunity to point this out to the American public.
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 Bradley Cooper - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bradley Cooper (born January 5, 1975, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), is a film, stage, and television actor.
Cooper starred in the ABC Family movie I Want to Marry Ryan Banks (2004), and appeared as a regular guest star in the WB series Jack and Bobby (2004-2005).
Cooper is an alumnus of Georgetown University, where he graduated from the Honors English program in 1997, and Germantown Academy, where he graduated in 1992.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bradley_Cooper   (309 words)

  
 Warren Cooper - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Warren Cooper (21 February 1933 -) is a former New Zealand politician.
Cooper was born in Dunedin, but later moved to Queenstown.
Cooper remained in Parliament until the 1996 elections, when he stepped aside in favour of Gavan Herlihy.
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 Susie Cooper
Susie Cooper designs were chosen for the Royal Pavilion at the Festival of Britain, 1951, in addition to being shown in other areas of the Festival displays.
Susie Cooper's reluctance to recommence production after the War was overcome when her husband, the architect Cecil Barker, joined her in business.
"Susie Cooper Productions" catalogue of an exhibition held at the Victoria and Albert Museum, and City of Stoke-on-Trent Museum.
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Susie Cooper Pink patricia Rose coffee cup and saucer with the green band.
Susie Cooper Pink Patricia Rose tourren and cover with the green band.
Susie Cooper Pink Patricia Rose trio with the green band.
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 Susan Cooper - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cooper is most notably the author of The Dark is Rising, an award-winning five-volume fantasy saga set in and around England and Wales.
Susan Mary Cooper (born May 23, 1935) in Burnham, Buckinghamshire, England is a British author.
In July 1996, Cooper married Canadian-American actor and her sometime co-author Hume Cronyn, the widower of the late Jessica Tandy.
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 Prentice Cooper - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cooper was also an advocate for education, and during his tenure the state began to provide textbooks for students in the lower grades without requiring that their parents purchase them, a major change.
Cooper was Tennessee's wartime governor during World War II, which brought about the basis for the greatest social change in the history of the state up to that point.
He served as a delegate to the limited state constitutional convention in 1953, which proposed several major changes which were subsequently adopted by the voters, including, perhaps most notably, the extension of the gubernatorial term from two to four years.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Prentice_Cooper   (293 words)

  
 Michael Cooper - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Michael Jerome Cooper (born April 15, 1956 in Los Angeles, California) is currently assistant coach of the NBA's Denver Nuggets, and a former NBA player who spent his entire playing career with the Los Angeles Lakers.
Cooper was named the WNBA Coach of the Year for his efforts.
Most recently, Cooper was appointed head coach of a new NBDL team that will play in Albuquerque for the 2005-2006 season.
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 Marissa Cooper - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Marissa Cooper is a fictional character on the FOX television network series The O.C., shown nationally in the United States.
Despite a lack of legal repercussions, the event caused Marissa to be expelled from the prestigious Harbor School, as it was cited along with her past of flagrant shoplifting and substance abuse.
Throughout the first season, Marissa was involved in an on-again, off-again relationship with Ryan, with the relationships being interrupted by Luke and Oliver Trask, respectively.
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 James Fenimore Cooper - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cooper was born at Burlington, New Jersey, on the 15th of September 1789, the eleventh of William and Elizabeth Cooper's twelve children.
James Fenimore Cooper (September 15, 1789 – September 14, 1851) was a prolific and popular American writer of the early 19th century.
James was sent to school at Albany and at New Haven, and entered Yale at fourteen, remaining for some time the youngest student on the rolls.
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 Cooper Industries - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cooper Industries NYSE: CBE is one of the oldest large companies in the United States, having been founded in 1833 as a partnership in Mount Vernon, Ohio.
Cooper Cameron subsequently sold the Mount Vernon operations to Rolls-Royce plc, whose chairman remained a director of Cooper Industries.
Incorporated in Ohio as The C. and G. Cooper Company in 1895, it obtained a new charter in Ohio in 1919 that lasted until reincorporation in Bermuda for tax reasons took effect in 2002.
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 Gary Cooper - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For his contribution to the film industry, Gary Cooper has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6243 Hollywood Blvd. In 1966, he was inducted into the Western Performers Hall of Fame at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Gary Cooper (May 7, 1901- May 13, 1961) was an American film actor of British heritage, whose career spanned from the 1920s up until the year of his death.
In 1961, Cooper died of lung cancer at age 60 and was interred in the Sacred Heart Cemetery, Southampton, New York.
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 Douglas H. Cooper - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In May, Secretary of War Leroy Pope Walker sent Cooper a letter authorizing him to "take measures to secure the protection of these tribes in their present country from the agrarian rapacity of the North" He raised a regiment known as the 1st Choctaw and Chickasaw Mounted Rifles and was commissioned as its colonel.
In 1862, Cooper led Confederate troops at the battles of Elkhorn Tavern, Newtonia and Honey Springs.
In 1861 with the outbreak of the Civil War, Cooper sided with the Confederacy.
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 Chris Cooper (actor) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cooper was born in Kansas City, Missouri to Charles Cooper, a doctor and cattleman, and Mary Ann Cooper.
Cooper is a notable graduate of Stephens College and the University of Missouri - Columbia, both located in Columbia, Missouri.
Cooper attended the University of Missouri - Columbia where he dual majored in the school of agriculture and the school of drama.
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 Astley Cooper Key - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sir Astley Cooper Key (1821 - March 3, 1888), English admiral, was born in London, and entered the navy in 1833.
See Memoirs of Sir Astley Cooper Key, by Vice-Admiral Colomb (1898).
His father was Charles Aston Key (1793-1849), a well-known surgeon, the pupil of Sir Astley Cooper, and his mother was the latter's niece.
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 Astley Cooper - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sir Astley Paston Cooper, 1st Baronet (August 23, 1768-February 12, 1841), English surgeon and anatomist, who made historical contributions to otology, vascular surgery, the anatomy and pathology of the mammary glands and testicles, and the pathology and surgery of hernia.
Cooper's stripes, a fibrous structure in the ulnar ligaments.
His father, Dr. Samuel Cooper, was a clergyman of the Church of England; his mother was the author of several novels.
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