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by Jerry Roberts
Simon Wincer BBC in the 1960s: Moira Armstrong, Bill Bain, Alan Bridges, Stuart Burge, Gilchrist Calder, Naomi Capon, Rudolph Cartier, Alan Clarke, Basil Coleman, Alan Cooke, Gareth Davies, Peter Duguid, Michael Elliott, James Ferman, ...
Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi
Cooke Asteraceae Origins: From the Greek chondros " cartilage" and pyxis "a small box, a small container with lid," referring to the fruiting capitulum; see David Alan Cooke (born 1949), in Flora of South Australia. Pt. 3: 1612.
by Vincent Terrace
Supervising producer: David Levinson, Nicholas Cores Producer: John Cutts, Stephen Caldwell, Stuart Cohen Director: Paul Picerni, Cliff Bole, Paul Krasny, Winrich Kolbe, Alan Cooke, Charles Picerni, Don Chaffey Music: Steve Dorf Music ...
by Merriam-Webster, Inc
English colonial settlement and named after its founder, Alan Cooke. Cook Strait Strait, separating North and South islands of New Zealand. Extending from the • Tasman Sea to the Pacific Ocean, it is about 14 mi (23 km) wide at its narrowest ...
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