Cochran


Also found in: Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Coch·ran

 (kŏk′rən), Jacqueline 1906?-1980.
American aviator who held numerous national and international speed records and headed the Women's Air Force Service Pilots during World War II.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Cochran - United States aviator who held several speed records and headed the women's Air Force pilots in World War II (1910-1980)Cochran - United States aviator who held several speed records and headed the women's Air Force pilots in World War II (1910-1980)
References in periodicals archive ?
Former fire chief Kelvin Cochran has sued the city of Atlanta and its mayor, Kasim Reed, for firing him over his proselytism in the workplace.
26, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Lawsuits filed by the COCHRAN FIRM against the makers of Xarelto allege the drug - a blood thinner used to prevent strokes and other injuries associated with clotting disorders - has resulted in numerous serious injuries and death resulting from uncontrollable bleeding.
The City of Atlanta Law Department performed a thirty-day investigation into the publication of the book Who Told You That You Were Naked by former Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran.
Chris Cochran was offered a nice-paying job with an investment banking company after he graduated from Harding University, but he turned it down in favor of a year in Honduras.
8220;I am really honored to have the opportunity to share this story with the world,” Cochran said, “It is my hope that someone will read this and decide to change their life for the better.
His insistence that Democrats voting in his party's primary was a bad thing made some mainstream Republicans cringe-- and express relief that Cochran, a six-term senator and former Appropriations Committee chairman, is now the heavy favorite to win re-election over Democrat Travis Childers this fall.
Cochran was pregnant with twins when the show's producer began to grow concerned about her ability to work.
Corporal Terry Webster, 24, and Lance Corporal Alan Cochran, 23, both of 1st Battalion The Mercian Regiment (Cheshire), were killed in the insurgent attack in Helmand Province on June 4 last year.
More than 500 people filled St Mary's Church in Ysceifiog, near Holywell, to pay their respects to Lance Corporal Alan Cochran, 23.
More than 500 people filled St Mary's Church in Ysceifiog, near Holywell, Clwyd, to pay their respects to Lance Cos rporal Alan Cochran, 23.
Thomas Cochran was eventually tracked down by investigators from our sister paper the Sunday Mail.
At Tain Sheriff Court, Thomas Cochran, 51, was fined pounds 210 for drink driving and pounds 140 for driving without insurance.