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Cockerell

Sir Christopher Sydney. 1910--99, British engineer, who invented the hovercraft
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PROUD parents Freddy and Yvonne Cockerell were pictured with their triplets who were born at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary in May 1992 and had just been taken out of the intensive care unit in July.
1959: The Hovercraft invented by Christopher Cockerell is launched in Southampton.
The Clerk in charge of the ballot for these spots is Kate Emms, and as Cockerell drily observes, "for such an important job it's very like organising a village fete".
a leading provider of equity compensation management and financial compliance software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions, announces the addition of Lee Cockerell as a second keynote speaker at Certent Summit 2015 on March 25[sup.
His gruff, low-pitched rendition of Happy Birthday was shown incessantly on state TV after the event, and quickly became a joke among North Koreans who sing the song in the same style, according to Simon Cockerell of Koryo Tours, who has made over 140 trips to North Korea.
1955: The hovercraft was patented by British engineer Christopher Cockerell.
Pictured are left to right, Lyla Bland, Evie Cockerell, Sadie McManus and Lucy Cockerell IAN COOPER
Cockerell looks at Johnson's early life in Eton and his later career as a journalist, MP and latterly Conservative mayor of London.
This candid portrait by Michael Cockerell attempts to get under the public facade of Boris Johnson and get to know the man, charting his rise to political prominence.
imbricata has been observed entering nests of Andrena (Melandrena) dunningi Cockerell (novel unpublished observation by JSA), a species not recorded from Florida.
45pm In this final edition of the documentary series, going behind the scenes in Whitehall, veteran reporter Michael Cockerell tells the inside story of the Treasury, recounting how many battles chancellors of the exchequer have fought over the years with officials.
30pm Michael Cockerell explores the inner workings of the Foreign Office, investigating its role during the heyday of the British Empire in the 19th century, to its part in coping with the country's reduced status over the decades that followed.