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coker

[′kōk·ər]
(chemical engineering)
The processing unit in which coking occurs.
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Howard Coker was born April 30, 1947, in Jacksonville.
Matt Coker was a columnist for the Daily Pilot in Southern California until April 26, when the paper published his column virulently attacking Richard Nixon the day before his funeral.
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According to media reports, Radcliffe has broken up with his longtime girlfriend Rosie Coker.
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I think you have to have breaks along the way to win a national championship,'' said Miami coach Larry Coker, the fourth Hurricane coach to win a national title and the first rookie coach to do so in 53 years.
Coker loaned The Pickle Sisters $21,000 in May 1999, and, according to his attorney, Bruce Tidwell of Friday Eldredge & Clark, Coker signed on as guarantor for some of the business' debts.
Coker Group, a national healthcare advisory firm, has been a leader in crafting innovative alignment strategies for hospitals and physicians since 1987.
Coker was recognized for his commitment to ABOTA and his service to the profession and to his community at large.