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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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The rivalry between the Scorton driver and young title challenger Jack Young reached boiling point at Thruxton after Young punted Coates out of the second race just metres from the finish line.
The classically trained Coates (whose first name is pronounced Deanna) will play the titular monarch in the Oak Brook theater's production of Shakespeare's "Henry V." Yet, when it comes to Shakespearean roles, Henry wasn't her first choice.
COATES believes there are no small parts but only small actors when performing on stage.
In late 2017, during a visit to Rawles' studio in Los Angeles, Coates saw some of her recent work: photo-like paintings of black women, men and children floating or swimming in a pool.He had not yet finished his novel, but he knew it would deal with water as a central theme, so he asked Rawles somewhat shyly, in her telling whether she might be interested in trying her hand at the cover art.
The plans, submitted by Sir Norman Foster, who designed the Gherkin, and City Hall in London, show that Ms Coates, 51, will live in a huge glass "statement house" at the heart of the 52-acre estate in Cheshire.
Runners-up Oxclose had earlier scored two convincing victories over Richard Coates, while the Northumberland school's sole success had come over eventual champions High Tunstall.
Coates said work is largely on track, but said organizers have hesitated to fully explain their planning.
TA-NEHISI COATES'S WE WERE EIGHT YEARS IN POWER collects eight essays published in The Atlantic between 2008 and 2017, padded with fresh introductions.
Coates remembers his early optimism about Barack Obama's presidency, asking himself, "Had I been wrong?" Along with classic pieces of social commentary like "The Black Family in the Age of Mass Incarceration" and "The Case for Reparations," about federal housing discrimination, the book includes profiles of Bill Cosby and Michelle Obama and a comparison of Obama and Trump.
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.
Coates precedes each essay with an autobiographical musing on the context in which it was written.