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Synonyms for Cooper

United States industrialist who built the first American locomotive

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United States film actor noted for his portrayals of strong silent heroes (1901-1961)

United States novelist noted for his stories of American Indians and the frontier life (1789-1851)

a craftsman who makes or repairs wooden barrels or tubs

make barrels and casks

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Upon completion, Cooper Standard will become the 95 percent equity owner of the business, while 5 percent will be retained by the Shanghai Zhaotun Collective Assets Managing Co.
In came running this little boy who was turning blue and gasping for air,'' Cooper recalled of the incident that occurred before Christmas break.
Broadcasts are different for each state, where we localize all our news for each state served, focusing on different aspects of the agriculture industry in that region of the country," Cooper says.
Depending on the posture of the pending litigation, a claims examiner also may want to consider a more tactical use of the Cooper decision.
After seeing some of her plays, Alice Walker, the acclaimed poet and novelist, told Cooper that if she recast them as short stories, she would publish them.
Cooper is accustomed to getting things done the right way, the first time.
Indeed, Warner's notion of Cooper's courage, his sense of the author's willingness to risk the not literary, cuts to the heart of the Cooper conundrum: It is precisely his dedication to the not literary, his commitment to the condition Avital Ronell, another panelist, called the "whatever" (in the Valley-speak sense of the word), that makes his achievement literary, that links it to a broader "stupefaction," to the state or symptom of which it is a poetic verity.
Despite the common view that the church was in ill repute immediately prior to the Reformation and that relatively few young men wished to become clerics, Cooper shows that the late fifteenth and early sixteenth century saw an increasing number of ordinations.
At an early age novelist Dennis Cooper figured he was screwed.
The Federal Reserve Board announced on October 1, 1999, the issuance of a consent Order against William Carmichael, an institution-affiliated party of the First Western Bank, Cooper City, Florida, a state member bank.
Hitherto Frederick Cooper - whose writings on African working people include monographs on slaves, squatters and wage workers in Kenya and elsewhere in East Africa - has focused primarily on the immediate context and consequences of the labor process: the character and organization of work; struggles between (and among) workers and bosses at the point of production; and worker consciousness, culture and community.
When Michael Cooper was mistakenly identified as a suspect in the case, he was arrested, advised of his rights, and, in accordance with the preplanned strategy, questioned at length, despite numerous invocations of the rights to silence and counsel.
Mention business ethics and too many people think only of the great disasters--Bhopal, Exxon Valdez, Robert Maxwell's disappearing pension funds--says Neville Cooper, Chairman of the Top Management Partnership and founding Chairman of the UK's Institute of Business Ethics.
1 -- color) Bo Cooper talks to his fans after his match at Battle Ground Pro Wrestling's ``Brawl in Newhall'' show at the American Legion Hall in Newhall on Saturday.
Howard Cooper, Cooper-Horowitz; Barry Horowitz, Cooper-Horowitz