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Coates

(kəʊts)
n
(Biography) Joseph Gordon. 1878–1943, New Zealand statesman; prime minister of New Zealand (1925–28)
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Both Mr Coates and Elton were then hit by another car at the side of the road in a tragic accident which killed the cyclist.
Coates, 23, did not feature for the Reds last term after a knee injury kept him sidelined for most of the campaign.
Coates has been sidelined since he was hurt playing for his country in a friendly against Japan last August.
Although Coates examines human faces that show up on movie screens, his scope extends well beyond the naked, visible face of the actor.
Coates Offshore, which is owned by Australia s Coates Hire has described the record sales of Au20 million for the year ending 30 June 2013 and it was on target to grow again this year, with a 14% increase in sales year-on-year for the first four months of the current financial year.
The Potters axed Tony Pulis last week and a shake-up at the top means veteran supremo Peter Coates taking less of a say in the running of affairs at the Britannia Stadium, with daughter Denise now shaping their direction.
Robert Baker, who - like Mr Coates - lived in Fleet House, Cargo Fleet Lane, Thorntree, was earlier this month jailed for life.
A talented windsurfer, Coates is the Kielder Speed League leader and reigning freestyle champion.
Coates said rooms of the athletes would be raided if they are suspected of using the sedatives.
Coates will make a decision on his future in the coming days, and said yesterday: "This week I will talk about offers and decide whether to go or stay here.
Coates has been developing over a period of more than 15 years a patented spherical rotary valve CSRV Internal Combustion Engine invented by George J.