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  Leonard McCoy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
McCoy is a physician of considerable skill, capable even of successfully treating creatures whose physiologies he is unfamiliar with, such as the Horta.
They suggest that Leonard McCoy was born in 2227 and attended the University of Mississippi from 2245 to 2249 and medical school from 2249 to 2253.
Circa 2271, McCoy was recalled to Starfleet and recommissioned as a Commander at the request of Kirk (Starfleet using a "little-known, seldom used, reserve activation clause" which McCoy likened to being drafted).
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 Leonard McCoy - Memory Alpha   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Leonard H. McCoy was born in the "Old-South" region of North America on Earth, in 2227.
McCoy encouraged Barrows to try on the dress, and afterwards begin to romance the yeoman, later stating that she should not be afraid "with a brave knight to protect her".
McCoy accompanied Kirk in the landing party to rescue the surviving scientists of Project Genesis, and was able to witness the results of Carol Marcus' work on the project beneath the Regula planetoid.
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 Dr. McCoy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Leonard McCoy was the chief medical officer on board the Enterprise - NCC1701, under the command of Captain James Kirk.
McCoy, or 'Bones' as he was affectionately known by his friends, was famous for his on-screen arguments with the ever logical Spock.
McCoy and Kirk were wrongly accused and convicted for the murder of the Klingon Chancellor Gorkon in 2293.
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 Dr. Leonard H. McCoy
To McCoy's considerable anguish, a cure for his father's disease was discovered shortly thereafter, and McCoy carried the guilt for his father's possibly needless death for many years.
McCoy, along with Kirk, was wrongly convicted for the murder of Klingon Chancellor Gorkon in 2293, a conviction that was later overturned.
McCoy was scheduled to retire shortly after the Khitomer peace conference, but he either changed his mind, or later returned to Starfleet.
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 Leonard McCoy
Leonard was born in the southern region of the
She died relatively soon after and young Leonard was brought up by his paternal grandfather, T.J. Leonard was strongly influenced in his choice to become a medic by T.J. who was a physician.
Leonard McCoy, although a great physician and healer is also a scientist and these three factors make a great doctor who will always try anything to save a patients life and who is always on the search for new and better ways of diagnosis and treatment.
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 THE CREW OF THE ORIGINAL SERIES STAR TREK: DR. McCOY
Leonard Horatio Edward McCoy born in 2227 in Georgia, Earth For Eight years he studied to be a doctor in the University of Mississippi.
Leonard McCoy is a graduate of the University of Mississippi on Earth.
McCoy is due to retire with the Enterprise in 2293.
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 STAR TREK / THE ORIGINAL SERIES
McCoy was married once and later divorced, a relationship never discussed except for his one daughter, Joanna, who later graduated from nursing school.
McCoy contracted the always-fatal xenopolycythemia and retired from Starfleet in 2369 to spend his remaining days on the asteroid ship, Yonada, and that world's high priestess, Natira - whom he soon married.
After the U.S.S. Enterprise's triumphant return from its five-year mission, McCoy retired from Starfleet, grew a beard and went into virtual seclusion with a rural practice, only to be forced back to duty by Kirk and Admiral Nogura when V'Ger threatened Earth in 2371.
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 Animated STAR TREK - Dr. McCoy
McCoy treated Spock for choriocytosis, a disease that is a mere nuisance to humans but is potentially fatal to Vulcans.
On stardate 5275.6, Dr. McCoy was accused and imprisoned by the Dramans for causing a plague on Dramia II in 2251, but was acquitted after he found a cure to the disease.
McCoy's daughter was to have been introduced in an original series episode, entitled "Joanna" by D.C. Fontana, but the script was extensively rewritten and became "The Way to Eden." His daughter's age was never given in dialog, although Bjo Trimble's Star Trek Concordance states that she was 20 years old.
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 Leonard McCoy
As such an emotional watchdog he was not afraid to take on his captain, but it was his running battle of wits with Spock which became legendary.
Earlier, McCoy had been infected with the strange 'aging' virus that infected the Gamma Hydra IV landing party.
In 2253, some 12 years before he signed aboard with Kirk, he had developed a neural grafting procedure employing the creation of axonal pathways between the graft and a subject basal ganglia that was still the practice over a century later.
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 Dr. Leonard McCoy's Biography
McCoy had earned the Legion of Honor, and had been decorated by Starfleet surgeons.
Early in his medical career McCoy's father was struck with a terrible, fatal illness.
McCoy, along with Kirk, was wrongly convicted for the murder of
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Leonard McCoy
McCoy often complains about technological advances in medicine and professes a preferance toward "good ol' fashioned country medicine"; however, when he actually encountered old-fashioned medicine during a trip to the 1980s in Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home, he reacted with anger and disgust.
In c.2271, Leonard McCoy was recalled to Starfleet and recommissioned as a Commander at the request of Kirk (Starfleet using an obscure "reserve reactivation clause" which McCoy likened to being drafted).
By the early 24th century, Leonard McCoy had risen the to rank of Admiral; some have speculated he at one point was the Starfleet Surgeon General and that also he may have held a special rank known as Branch Admiral, however there is nothing in canon to support this.
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 SCIFI.COM | Star Trek: Leonard H. McCoy
Known to his captain by the old physician's nickname "Bones," McCoy's incredible diagnostic and research talents in space medicine were exceeded only by his compassion for friend and stranger alike.
Although he thought of himself as "just an old country doctor," the truth is that the original Enterprise survived and succeeded as much on his medical miracles as it did Kirk's leadership and Spock's research.
McCoy's down-to-earth attitude, so to speak, found an ally in Scotty and often proved to be the missing ingredient in any top-level deliberation -- despite the verbal sparring tossed his way by Spock.
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 Love is no crime
Leonard intended to set an end to his doubts and insecurities about his own sexuality he felt since he had been fourteen.
Leonard often took night shifts to avoid laying sleepless next to her in their bed, sometimes listening to her silent crying and being not able to comfort her.
Leonard didn't allow himself to feel his own grief but buried himself in his work instead.
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 Sheryl's Star Trek Site - Memorial to DeForest Kelley - Dr. Leonard H. McCoy
McCoy was not a character in either of the first two pilots and, like Nichelle Nichols' Uhura, was not a member of Kirk's crew until the beginning of regular production.
Despite that, McCoy was featured prominently in several episodes, en route to getting co-starring billing in the opening credits with the coming of Season 2.
Kelley's heaviest episode as McCoy undoubtedly included that with the longest title -- "For the World Is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky" -- as he fell in love with the Yonadan priestess, Natira, after realizing he had less than a year to live.
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 DeForest Kelley, Star Trek's heroic Dr. Leonard H. McCoy, dies in hospital at age 79.
DeForest Kelley, Star Trek's heroic Dr. Leonard H. McCoy, dies in hospital at age 79.
DeForest Kelley, better known as Dr. Leonard McCoy - Bones - on the original Star Trek, has sadly taken his own final voyage of exploration into the unknown, by passing away this Friday 11th June 1999 at the ripe of age of 79.
Leonard Nimoy, who as Spock, his adversarial vulcan friend, traded many a quip on the deck of the Enterprise, summed up many a sad fan's thoughts when he simply commented on Saturday...
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 My Heart is Flame by Nikita
McCoy had made it clear over the years that he was a man that valued his privacy.
McCoy slumped slightly at this and Spock guided him to his couch, sitting next to him, his hands dropped to McCoy’s hands and lightly gripped them in his own slim fingered hands.
McCoy’s biggest concern had been that their friends would have a problem with the relationship or treat them differently.
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 Title: The Trust of a Bonding
McCoy's sensation was akin to having his mouth open underwater, having it all rush down his throat and into his lungs.
McCoy jolted awake with the image of the empty house in his eyes and the feel of the winter cold on his skin.
McCoy eyed her, then said, "Try to imagine so many trees that you can't see past them and their leaves block out the sun." McCoy scratched his cheek, trying to remember the rest of the story.
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 Leonard McCoy fanfiction by Farfalla   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
"For three hundred years, the McCoy family's been bringin' their sweethearts up to this place to, uh, watch the sunset together." He paused to chuckle softly.
TOS, G, McCoy/Chapel (Kirk/Spock and unrequited Spock/Chapel implied.) Christine feels inadequate after Spock's rejection in Amok Time, but McCoy reminds her what a special person she really is. Warning: watch for curveballs.
McCoy isn't exactly enjoying having a Spock in his head.
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 LEONARD'S WEST VIRGINIA ROOTS
Samuel McCoy came to West Virginia in the early 1900s from Ohio...He was born in Pennsylvania on third generation farmland...In West Virginia he married Alma Ratcliff and began his family....Thanks to another researcher, Larry Thompson, we just added 3 links to our descendancy chart......
December 28, 1993 in Texas +3rd wife of Leonard Nile McCoy, Sr.
8 Robert Lester McCoy b: Sept. 10, 1925 in West Virginia +Shirley d: In Albany, New York *2nd wife of Brennie Samuel McCoy +Jean b: in Pennsylvania d: in Albuquerque, New Mexico 8 Brennie Samuel McCoy, Jr.
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 Welcome to The Mint Julep Inn - The Leonard McCoy Story Directory and Archive
I was delighted to find trek paperbacks being published, but unless McCoy was a big part of them, they didn't hold my interest since I felt he was such an integral part of what the message of the series was: compassion, passion, integrity, caring, and healing be it emotionally or physically.
That was quite the education on the state of medical care and caring and competence today.
In some ways, I feel that having been exposed to the character of McCoy when I was so young helped me to not settle for less than the respect, competence, and caring he showed when I had to step in.
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 Bones   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The Leonard "Bones" McCoy Carved Emu Egg can become a personalized gift with an inscription on the back and comes with a hand turned hardwood egg stand.
Because of the variations of color and texture inherent in the emu egg itself, each carved egg will be unique and make a distinctive addition to any decor or collection.
Whether you are looking for a distinctive housewarming gift, birthday present or other special occasion gift, this carved egg would be a wonderful surprise for any Star Trek fan who already "has everything".
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 ''Leonard 'Bones' McCoy'' Dies
His wife of 55 years, Carolyn, also a patient at the hospital being treated for a broken leg, was at his side.
Kelley played ``Dr McCoy'' from 1966 to 1969 on the original series but never left American TV screens thanks to an endless number of syndicated repeats.
Kelley also was the curmudgeonly foil to the Vulcan Spock played by Leonard Nimoy and often hectored Captain Kirk, played by William Shatner, about the humanitarian aspects of a given crisis.
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 Leonard Mc Coy Dissertation @ LaunchBase.org (Launch Base)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Leonard Mc Coy Dissertation @ LaunchBase.org (Launch Base)
Spock; capable of great compassion, yet also cranky, superstitious, and irrational, suspicious of advanced technology (especially the transporter, which he regarded with distrust) and occasionally even bigoted with regard to Spock's half-Vulcan ancestry.
Rodney McKay needles Beckett about how, like McCoy, he didn't like going outside his safety zone (in McCoy's case, the ship, in Beckett's case, Atlantis), at which point Teyla Emmagan inquires about McCoy; Major John Sheppard replies, "The TV character Beckett plays in real life."
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 Welcome to The Mint Julep Inn - The Leonard McCoy Story Directory and Archive
Here we pay homage in writing to that craggy male of TOS who could perform surgery and throw back highballs with equal finesse: Doctor Leonard H. "Bones" McCoy, and the actor who brought him so vividly to life, DeForest Kelley.
McCoy's love for mint juleps was established in the original Star Trek episode, "This Side of Paradise." It spread into fandom, was mentioned a handfull of times more in canon, and was featured in a "filibuster" to stave off his own execution in the Pocket Books Star Trek novel "The Romulan Way."
Usual Disclaimer: McCoy and all things Trek belong to Paramount and Viacom, we bow before the altar of Trek and worship, we are not worthy.
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 DeForest Kelley   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Leonard 'Bones' McCoy, M.D. The Savage Curtain (1969)
Leonard 'Bones' McCoy, M.D. The Cloud Minders (1969)
Leonard 'Bones' McCoy, M.D. The Way to Eden (1969)
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 StarTrek.nl - Welcome to the future - Leonard H. McCoy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
StarTrek.nl - Welcome to the future - Leonard H. McCoy
Path: Home > Database > Crew profiles > The Original Series > Leonard H. McCoy
- Full name: Leonard Horatio McCoy, M.D. - Year of birth: 2227
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