Peter Cooper

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Noun1.Peter Cooper - United States industrialist who built the first American locomotivePeter Cooper - United States industrialist who built the first American locomotive; founded Cooper Union in New York City to offer free courses in the arts and sciences (1791-1883)
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Stewart, Thurlow Weed, Peter Cooper, Cyrus McCormick, Lucretia Mott, Bryant, Longfellow, and Emerson.
Peter Cooper IF they paid their own pensions, council tax would halve.
Blackstone and partner Ivanhoe Campbridge announced they will implement the largest private multi-family residential rooftop solar project in the United States at Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village.
uk Peak Image used a two-man team to get the remarkable shots - one, Paul Kitchener, piloting the drone and the second, Peter Cooper, concentrating on the video capture.
21 December 2015 - Funds Managed by US-based investment firm Blackstone (NYSE: BX) and IvanhoA(c) Cambridge, a real estate subsidiary of Canadian fund manager Caisse de dA(c)pA't et placement du QuA(c)bec, have closed on the acquisition of Peter Cooper Village Stuyvesant Town in New York City, the firms said.
Peter Cooper, 69, was jailed for three-and-a-half years after a court heard how he broke into Deborah Swinley's home in July, intent on revenge after their split.
Peter Cooper, 69, of Bryn Derwen Terrace, Talysarn, appeared before a special weekend court at Caernarfon on Saturday.
lpoolacoustic Grammy nominated Eric Brace & Peter Cooper, with award winning The Good Intentions - Friday July 20
Hammerson's portfolio director Peter Cooper said: "The consistently high footfall the Metro station delivers and the prominence of the building makes this a fantastic retail location.
There's an antique collection of storage trunks -- and potentially a community of insects and vermin -- in the bowels of Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village.
As the Chief Whip, Peter Cooper acts in an extravagant style that makes his character teeter permanently on the edge of a nervous breakdown, which might not exactly be what the script had in mind.
Peter Cooper, prosecuting, told the court Laidlaw had approached Mr Hickman and asked him if he was "still on the mooch" before striking him.