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Cocker

Edward. 1631--75, English arithmetician
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The show launched in January 2010 and has been a weekly show on the network ever since, although Cocker has taken occasional breaks to pursue his other creative projects.
They could, however, be carriers of diseases carried by both the Springer Spaniel and the Cocker Spaniel.
Jarvis Cocker explains: "It's a way of playing with the machinery of the record industry.
Two-and-a-half years ago, after a four-year wait, Beth was introduced to Biscuit, a black cocker spaniel who had been trained by Hearing Dogs by Deaf People.
The statistics, which were released to coincide with The Kennel Club's Discover Dogs event this week, show that the Labrador is the most popular dog breed in the UK followed by the cocker spaniel and the springer spaniel.
The cocker pasted herself against his leg and stared up at him; her eyes were wide and shining with the same hazel hue as the man's.
When I am out walking my three dogs, people often want to stop and ooh and aah over the dogs, Unless they are very observant, they do not realize that the three of them are of different breeds in the cocker family.
The derby, dubbed as the battle of titans, is the highlight of the NCA calendar and features the pacesetters in the 2015 Cocker of the Year race.
Pero Joe Cocker era mucho mas que la caricatura en la que el mismo habia consentido convertirse.
FORMER Beatle Sir Paul McCartney has led tributes to rock and blues singer Joe Cocker, who has died at the age of 70.
JOE COCKER, the gravel-voiced singer best known for his cover of the Beatles song With A Little Help From My Friends, has died, aged 70.
British singer Joe Cocker passed away at 70 in his Crawford residence on Monday, Dec.