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a person skilled in making and repairing barrels, casks, etc.

Cooper

1. Cary (Lynn). born 1940, British psychologist, noted for his studies of behaviour at work and the causes and treatment of stress
2. Gary, real name Frank James Cooper. 1901--61, US film actor; his many films include Sergeant York (1941) and High Noon (1952), for both of which he won Oscars
3. Sir Henry. born 1934, British boxer; European heavyweight champion (1964; 1968--71)
4. James Fenimore 1789--1851, US novelist, noted for his stories of American Indians, esp The Last of the Mohicans (1826)
5. Leon Neil. born 1930, US physicist, noted for his work on the theory of superconductivity. He shared the Nobel prize for physics 1972
6. Samuel 1609--72, English miniaturist
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Tommy Cooper fan Sir Anthony Hopkins unveiled a statue of his hero in Caerphilly in 2008
In came running this little boy who was turning blue and gasping for air,'' Cooper recalled of the incident that occurred before Christmas break.
Broadcasts are different for each state, where we localize all our news for each state served, focusing on different aspects of the agriculture industry in that region of the country," Cooper says.
Depending on the posture of the pending litigation, a claims examiner also may want to consider a more tactical use of the Cooper decision.
Cooper was the leader of the task force which was charged with identifying ways to allow VA's employees to spend more time on processing claims, improving the basic claims process, enhancing accountability at all levels, and emphasizing and encouraging all VA offices to attack the problem of claims backlogs," said DAV National Service Director Kenneth D.
Marshall Cooper added that "the two companies share core values.
Still, there is a comparison to be made between the cycle of Ashbery commentary, the rhythm of defensive over- and undervaluing of what the poet amusedly calls his "stop-making-sense" approach, and the weariness that Cooper must feel when his formal achievement is neglected on the grounds of subject matter considered either too "specialized" or too dumb to be worthy of serious literature.
Church courts did occasionally inquire into these matters, as well as the issue of unpaid tithes, but Cooper finds that their goal was usually to effect an amicable resolution rather than to inflict stern penalties.
I was pretty aware of the rough road ahead of me when I started because all the writers I ever loved were marginalized," says the 47-year-old Cooper, speaking from his home in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles.
Richard Edwards, Vivian Edwards, and Jeremy Edwards Cooper City, Florida
Hitherto Frederick Cooper - whose writings on African working people include monographs on slaves, squatters and wage workers in Kenya and elsewhere in East Africa - has focused primarily on the immediate context and consequences of the labor process: the character and organization of work; struggles between (and among) workers and bosses at the point of production; and worker consciousness, culture and community.
When Michael Cooper was mistakenly identified as a suspect in the case, he was arrested, advised of his rights, and, in accordance with the preplanned strategy, questioned at length, despite numerous invocations of the rights to silence and counsel.