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Cook

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1. Captain James. 1728--79, British navigator and explorer: claimed the E coast of Australia for Britain, circumnavigated New Zealand, and discovered several Pacific and Atlantic islands (1768--79)
2. Sir Joseph. 1860--1947, Australian statesman, born in England: prime minister of Australia (1913--14)
3. Peter (Edward). 1937--95, British comedy actor and writer, noted esp for his partnership (1960--73) with Dudley Moore
4. Robin, full name Robert Finlayson Cook. born 1946, British Labour politician; foreign secretary (1997--2001), Leader of the House (2001-2003)
5. Thomas. 1808--92, British travel agent; innovator of conducted excursions and founder of the travel agents Thomas Cook and Son

Cook

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1. a mountain in New Zealand, in the South Island, in the Southern Alps: the highest peak in New Zealand. Height: reduced in 1991 by a rockfall from 3764 m (12 349 ft.) to 3754 m (12 316 ft.)
2. a mountain in SE Alaska, in the St. Elias Mountains. Height: 4194 m (13 760 ft.)

What does it mean when you dream about a cook?

This could be little more than a reflection of a daily activity in our dream life. Preparation. Creation, as in the expression “to cook something up.” We also use “cook” in idioms like one’s “goose is cooked” and to “cook the books.”

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Might it be time at last for the Aorangi Terrace, still most frequently referred to as Henman Hill, to become Robson's Ridge?
He warmed up at the Aorangi Park practice courts by hitting this lunchtime with left-hander Johan Brunstrom, a Swedish doubles specialist, who was approached on Monday by Murray's best friend and coaching team member Dani Vallverdu.
Citing an incident during which he, Murray and a few other youngsters went for the first time to Wimbledon, Jamie Murray said that he was more interested in watching tennis, while his brother wanted to stand outside the practice courts at Aorangi Park and get as many autographs as he could.
We were in different locker rooms, we were always practising on these courts, never at Aorangi.
The main mine was the Aorangi Mine, which mined the Golden Blocks lode to creek level.
Murray yesterday went through a low-key session with coach Ivan Lendl, hitting partner Oliver Golding and pal Danni Vallderdu on Wimbledon's Aorangi Park practice courts, away from the public gaze.
After lying low in the morning, surfacing only to release a statement to say the injury he suffered while defeating Juan Martin Del Potro on Monday would not end his tournament, the 25-year-old was due to hit on the Aorangi courts at 4:30pm this afternoon.
The Aorangi Terrace outside the AELTC at Wimbledon was unofficially called Henman Hill
He sent a ship around Cape Horn and put Admiral Byrd in charge of measurements in Little America, and he commissioned a deck officer on a ship of the Canadian-Australasian Line, the HMS Aorangi, to carry his instruments from the Northern Pacific, past Hawaii, all the way to Australia and New Zealand.
Gulbis recalled the meeting as both players prepared on Wimbledon's Aorangi Park practice courts.
The Glaisters and Foxcroft established that they were to travel from Vancouver on the same ship, The Aorangi, and when they parted company in Quebec they did so looking forward to their next meeting.
The tallest mountain in New Zealand is Mount Cook (also called Aorangi, which means "cloud piercer" in Maori).