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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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However, Richard Coates spoilt the party - netting a shot with only one second of regulation time left.
At the High Court in Edinburgh yesterday, judge Tom Hughes QC ordered Coates to pay 100 pennies to the sheriff clerk's office in Airdrie.
For example, Coates says IOC data from previous games shows that Olympic family lounges operate at only 40 percent capacity, meaning Tokyo organizers could save money on staffing such facilities.
Mrs Coates was found by her husband of 35 years, Arthur Coates, at their Thornaby home.
Jonathan Devlin, prosecuting, said Coates had made contact with the schoolgirl on the internet and she later agreed to meet him at Simonside Metro station in South Tyneside.
It is alleged unemployed Coates believed he was inciting the girl in the more serious incident, which was allegedly committed on July 29 2015, to commit a sex act on herself.
Waymaker Leaning Corporation and its publishing division announced today that Marty Coates, President of Coates and Associates, Inc.
Coates structures Between the World and Me as a three-part letter to his 15-year-old son in which he articulates the fear he lives with as a father unable to protect his son from America's historical plunder of black bodies.
I think Gannett has really doubled down on watchdog (journalism), it's one of our pillars," Coates said.
Southridge Capital, said its Southridge Partners II LP institutional investor has entered into an equity purchase agreement of USD20 million with COATES (OTC Pink: COTE), a New Jersey based precision engineering company.
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.