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Cochran

[kok-ruh n] /ˈkɒk rən/
noun
1.
Jacqueline, 1910?–80, U.S. aviator.
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  • Terry thought Cochran not quite convinced: "What do you think?"

    Terry Charles Goff Thomson
  • Cochran knew the Major intimately, his hobbies and aversions.

    Terry Charles Goff Thomson
  • Cochran's voice rose above the clamor of the room in a raucous whoop.

    Terry Charles Goff Thomson
  • As an evidence of his friendliness he was a guest at the home of Dr. Cochran, and dined with him.

    Modern Persia Mooshie G. Daniel
  • Other workers who should be mentioned are Dr. Larabee and Mr. Cochran.

    Modern Persia Mooshie G. Daniel

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