James Cook

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Noun1.James Cook - English navigator who claimed the east coast of Australia for Britain and discovered several Pacific islands (1728-1779)James Cook - English navigator who claimed the east coast of Australia for Britain and discovered several Pacific islands (1728-1779)
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| James Cooke is employed by DEKRA and works as a behavioural leadership coach on an oil platform in the North Sea, 150km from the UK coast.
GREAT Britain's James Cooke won the men's individual gold at the 2019 Modern Pentathlon European Championships at the University of Bath.
Meanwhile, Great Britain's James Cooke won the men's individual gold at the 2019 Modern Pentathlon European Championships at the University of Bath.
Clarke was discharged from the James Cooke University Hospital at 10pm on Saturday after a battery of tests.
Workers at the Village Bakery, in Minera, helped to deliver Matt Cooke and Margaret Edwards' son Tao James Cooke, after Margaret unexpectedly went into labour in the bakery's car park.
Margaret Edwards and her partner, Matt Cooke, were on their way to hospital when baby Tao James Cooke decided to make an early appearance, so they had to park outside the entrance to the Village Bakery in Minera, Wrexham.
Well, a raw energy fuelled Let There Be Light while we were blown away by slow burners The Lost Chord and We Rise Again, the latter with super soloist James Cooke, The Brighouse and Rastrick Band and The Colne Valley Boys Choir.
I left Coventry 36 years ago and still enjoy reminiscing with others when I visit and only last December I spent an evening with James Cooke in a pub in Torquay recalling many memories we shared.
The pop-up museum was inspired by the 60th anniversary of Europe's first purported UFO contactee, James Cooke, of Runcorn, who claimed to have encountered a spaceship on Runcorn Hill, in September, 1957, and also to have been taken to the planet Zomdic by his extra-terrestrial visitors.
James Cooke, a senior nurse in the stroke units at the University Hospital of Wales (UHW) and University Hospital Llandough, was praised for putting patients at ease during a very traumatic time in their lives.
When I arrived two hours later at James Cooke hospital in Middlesbrough I had a 4.5lb girl, born when it was still dark.