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Synonyms for cooter

large river turtle of the southern United States and northern Mexico

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Gordon, Hayek and Cooter on Custom and Reason, 23 SW.
Cooter and Porat suggest that machine errors are likely to be
Offensive coordinator Jim Bob Cooter is 33 years old, which probably means he gets a lot of looks, especially after the success of young Sean McVay with the Rams in his debut season.
"'Before the World in Concealed Disgrace' Physicians, Professionalization and the 1898 Cuban Campaign of the Spanish American War." In Medicine and Modern Warfare, edited by Roger Cooter, Mark Harrison, and Steve Sturdy, 29-58.
* Differentiating instruction based on assessments (Gambrell, Malloy, & Mazzoni, 2011; Reutzel & Cooter, 2013).
A young man and his dog wade in a storm surge from Hurricane Hermaine outside Cooter Stew Cafe in Saint Marks, Florida.
Their positions, however, were not fixed, and over the course of the exhibition works were periodically reinstalled amid the static sculptural and cinematic contributions by Abbas Akhavan, Nairy Baghramian, castillo/corrales, Mike Cooter, Dexter Sinister, Latifa Echakhch, Istvan 1st Huzjan, Hilary Lloyd, Jumana Manna, Otobong Nkanga, Lydia Ourahmane, Giles Round, Zin Taylor, and Erika Vogt.
Legal rules about bundles of rights (or property law) are answers to questions such as those raised by Cooter and Ulen (p.
Cooter yelping every five minutes had understandably freaked Skook out the previous day, and I wanted to get as far away from the "dog whisperer" as possible.
Cooter's When Paddy Met Geordie [2005], he contends that Protestant attitudes toward Roman Catholics in England's northeastern counties did not differ significantly from the rest of Great Britain.