Cockerell


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Cockerell

(ˈkɒkərəl)
n
(Biography) Sir Christopher Sydney. 1910–99, British engineer, who invented the hovercraft
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How to Be an Ex-Prime Minister BBC Four, 9pm In a programme made shortly before the end of Tony Blair's tenure, reporter Michael Cockerell investigates the lives of prime ministers after they leave office.
The visit was arranged by Simon Cockerell, who runs Koryo Tours, which specialises in trips to the isolated country.
And an about-turn in the relationship would not 'cause the cognitive dissonance that many people expect it would', according to Simon Cockerell, general manager of specialist travel agency Koryo Tours, who has been to the North 176 times over 17 years.
A police crackdown on the gang saw a 43-year-old woman and a teenage boy arrested during a raid on Cockerell Close, Kirkdale.
On Tuesday, hours after theECHO exposedthe gang's activities,Merseyside Policeseized a stolen motorbike, mini motors and an air rifle in Cockerell Close - an area suspected to be at the centre of its criminal activity.
1955: The hovercraft was patented by British engineer Christopher Cockerell, pictured.
Ferrisia dasylirii (Cockerell) (Hemiptera: Pseudococcidae) were collected from 2 coffee crops in Rolim de Moura and in 1 crop from Nova Brasilandia d'Oeste.
"It has never ever leaked from Buckingham Palace what the Queen has said to a Prime Minister or a Prime Minister to the Queen," Michael Cockerell said.
Rob Winningham, Kait lin Cockerell and John Cockerell have been hired at the Sherwood Family Medical Center, a Baptist Health affiliate in Sherwood.
Byline: jennifer cockerell reporters@dailyrecord.co.uk
ASimon Cockerell, Beijing-based general manager of the Koryo Group, one of the leading organisers of guided tours to North Korea, said the ban would affect 800 to 1,000 Americans who visit North Korea annually.
Lee Cockerell, a former executive vice president at Walt Disney World Resort, shared some insight on managing the park's 73,000 employees during a keynote session in March at the Nightclub & Bar Convention and Trade Show.