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coulter

[′kōl·tər]
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Another book Coulter published is on sale to benefit his church, The Church of the Good Shepherd, in Clinton.
Coulter sets the case out more expansively, however.
As they came in to land, Coulter says, 'I knew we were going to crash and that I might not survive, but I was strangely calm about it.
com, the rude, bombastic, over-the-top Coulter also mentioned the Post with only slight disparagement, and even admitted in a backhanded way that the newspaper had national significance.
During the early post-World War II years, the Coulter brothers spent their spare time experimenting with electronics and clinical testing in that basement.
I've long been baffled to see so many conservatives defend Coulter as a fiery and witty, if over-the-top, polemicist.
Slander is basically a tour d'horizon of recent American politics during which Coulter reviews liberal commentary about personalities and events and attempts to show how very, very, very wrong liberals have always, always, always been.
Mar 10: Ronnie Coulter cleared of murder and convicted of serious assault, walking free because Crown makes no sentencing request.
MARCH 10: Ronnie Coulter cleared but convicted of serious assault, walking free because the Crown makes no request for a sentence.
The judge told him his bravery prevented Coulter "carrying out actions which would have been to the detriment of the community".
Left to right are Joseph Coulter, Laura Coulter Jones, Beth Ann Morgenthau and Mary Donovan, dedicating the Coulter Clinical Pathology Laboratories at Jackson Memorial Hospital on May 18.
and Gladys (Kennedy) Coulter and lived many years in Shrewsbury, before returning to Worcester.