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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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com&utm_campaign=NYDailyNewsTw) New York Daily News that Cooke used her $300 Lulu Guinness Chloe Mirrored Perspex Box Clutch to give him two gashes on the right side of his head.
The animal feed ingredients produced by Omega Protein are a component in Cooke Aquaculture's production of healthy Atlantic salmon, enhancing Cooke's vertical integration.
The merger agreement has been unanimously approved by the board of directors of each of Omega Protein and Cooke.
Paul Cooke was one of several men who plundered Mr Smith's house in Cottage Walk, West Bromwich, in May 2015.
Most recently, Cooke has served as senior vice president for Human Resources as well as a member of the executive management team at the Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Research Institute.
George Cooke came to the Rhondda from the Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire around the start of World War I, and owned the shop at 14 Porth Street, which is now home to Jamie Rowland's Bicycle Doctor business.
Cooke was on the theology faculty at Marquette University in Milwaukee in 1963 when he established a doctoral program in theology for lay students, the first such program in the United States, according to Marquette's website.
Barry Varley/Eoghan Spellman (IL/Ire), 14, (12), 9; Maggie Byrne/Emma Cooke (Ire/IL) d.
Few Olympic fans will forget the memorable manner in which Cooke started the Beijing GB gold rush in 2008.
The hospital has decided to rename its neonatal department as the Richard Cooke Neonatal Unit.
Householder Vincent Cooke, who was arrested on suspicion of murder after the death of an intruder at his home, has been cleared of any wrongdoing.
Cooke wedded his "jeweled observer's eye" to an objective style.