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Cooke

Norman, real name Quentin Cooke, also known as Fatboy Slim. born 1963, British disc jockey, pop musician, and record producer; hit records include You've Come a Long Way, Baby (1998) and "Praise You" (2001)
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Saints struck back with their quick fire double before Cooke settled the issue.
Cooke stuck to Pooley's back wheel like glue before outsprinting her at the end to claim the title.
All eyes were on Cooke and barely four minutes had gone when he put in a grubber kick for Aizue to pounce for the opening try.
The previous year, Mrs Cooke told how she was receiving up to 267 letters in a month and regular phone calls from charities asking her for donations.
Lincoln College is delighted to welcome our first Jack Kent Cooke Oxford Scholar.
But ex-Drogheda and Monaghan boss Cooke is determined to stay in football and wants another stab at management.
Cooke is survived by his wife, Pauline Turner Cooke, daughter Kelly Turner-Cooke, brothers David Cooke and Tom Cooke and sisters-in-law Leann Cooke and Margaret Cooke.
The raw elation of Cooke leaning forward over her bike repeatedly screaming and punching the air provided one of the enduring images of those Games.
Prof Cooke was credited with doing much to ensure the survival of the famous sextuplets born to Janet and Graham Walton, from Wirral, at Liverpool maternity hospital, in Oxford Street, in November 1983.
The Crown Prosecution Service said Cooke will face no further action for the incident.
Cooke wedded his "jeweled observer's eye" to an objective style.
WELSH cycling great Nicole Cooke is at the centre of an astonishing spat which could hurt her Olympic double dream.