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Coates

Joseph Gordon. 1878--1943, New Zealand statesman; prime minister of New Zealand (1925--28)
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It followed a dramatic round at Snetterton a fortnight earlier where Young had clattered Coates, and the North Yorkshire driver hit out on live TV about Young's driving.
The Washington, D.C., native wanted to play the witty, strong-willed Beatrice in her favorite Shakespeare comedy "Much Ado About Nothing." But while Coates dreamed of playing the Bard's heroines, she auditioned with soliloquies he wrote for his heroes.
If you decide that you are not important to the show then that's one part of the show that becomes boring and uninteresting,' Coates told the BusinessMirror in a recent interview.
Book covers are typically created by in-house designers, but Coates said he wanted Rawles to "read the work, feel a type of way and then create something," which is to say, be inspired rather than directed by him or his work.
Ms Coates began the project by buying a PS1.4million country house, which was promptly demolished.
RESULTS - Under-13 girls: High Tunstall 1 St Wilfrid's 3, Richard Coates 3 High Tunstall 8, St Wilfrid's 9 Richard Coates 0, High Tunstall 7 Richard Coates 4, St Wilfrid's 3 High Tunstall 1, St Wilfrid's 1 Richard Coates 3.
'You just have to answer the questions, and be forthright in doing so,' Coates said, sitting next to organizing committee president Yoshiro Mori - a former Japanese prime minister - and CEO Toshiro Muto.
The book describes an arc that must be familiar to many: Moved and delighted against his better judgment by the spectacular rise of America's first black president, Coates was swept up in a version of the then-epidemic post-racial fantasy, only for his dreams to crash into the reality of the structural persistence of racial oppression.
a brilliant summation of Coates' essential philosophies, confirming something else we should already know--we're witnessing greatness.
Coates and accomplice Philip Wade forced her into a car on Broomhill Path in Glasgow in April 2011 and drove her to a flat in West Kilbride, Ayrshire, where she was subjected to torture before being murdered.
Coates also says that a water quality report from organizers at Odaiba in Tokyo Bay, site of the marathon swimming and triathlon events, turned up 'readings that were not what they should be.'
Coates argues that focusing on rising-tide policies and twice-as-good rhetoric to advance African Americans' place in society strengthens white supremacy and results in policies that inefficiently address race.