coker


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coker

[′kōk·ər]
(chemical engineering)
The processing unit in which coking occurs.
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When Coker finally got a crack at a head coaching position, he was able to accomplish something that hadn't been done since 1948.
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The Cooler,' the other defensive linemen call Coker, since he's not quite as big as William Perry, `The Fridge' who doubled as a defensive tackle and oversized back for the Chicago Bears a couple of decades ago.
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