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Cole - Other Uses
... Cole Prize, an award bestowed by the American Mathematical Society for achievements in algebra, first given in 1928 Brassica aka "cole crops", a genus of ...
Martina Cole - Career
... In 2008 she authored a drama documentary series on ITV called Martina Cole's Lady Killers, which broke audience records for ITV3 and transferred to ITV1 in 2009 ... an investigative documentary, Martina Cole Girl Gangs Los Angeles was filmed ... This is the first time one of Martina Cole's novels has been adapted for the theatre ...
Jack Cole (choreographer) - Early Life
... Cole was born John Ewing Richter in New Brunswick, New Jersey ... August 1930, and although he had previously studied ballet, Cole was entranced by the Asian influences Denishawn utilized in its choreography and costuming ... Cole also performed with another pair of pioneering modernists, Doris Humphrey and Charles Weidman, but eventually left the modern dance world for commercial dance ...
John Cole - Others
... John Cole (bobsleigh), American bobsledder John Cole (journalist) (born 1927), Northern Irish journalist and broadcaster, BBC political editor, 1981–1992 John Cole (mu ... Cole, American hair transplant surgeon John Cole (geographer) (born 1928), Australian-born British academic John Sanford Cole (1920–1953), officer in the ...
USS William C. Cole (DE-641)
... Cole (DE-641) was a Buckley-class destroyer escort of the United States Navy, named in honor of Vice Admiral William C ... Cole (1868–1935) ... Cole was laid down on 5 September 1943 at San Francisco, California, by the Bethlehem Steel Co ...

Famous quotes containing the word cole:

    “Orders to shoot on sight.” I thought he said the bloke was invisible!
    —Lester Cole (1904–1985)

    Fifty million Frenchmen can’t be wrong.
    —Anonymous. Popular saying.

    Dating from World War I—when it was used by U.S. soldiers—or before, the saying was associated with nightclub hostess Texas Quinan in the 1920s. It was the title of a song recorded by Sophie Tucker in 1927, and of a Cole Porter musical in 1929.

    Don’t you see what my power does for me? I could sit in on the councils of kings and dictators. It makes me king. It makes me—Nemesis.
    —Lester Cole (1904–1985)