- Often cokers. an inhabitant of the mountains of the coal-mining regions of West Virginia and Pennsylvania.
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Nearly a third of general-election voters in Florida are over 65, says Coker.
As Coker notes, the state has heavy concentrations of transplants from the Northeast and Midwest.
Appleton, and Lench, and Coker want looking after badly, I know.
"You don't catch me racing, except for something worth having," said Coker.
These Leaves all grow on the top of the Tree after the manner of a Coker.
He saw Chawner scudding down the path like some great camel, and Coker squaring his arms and working them as if they were wings.
Coker, an Englishman, should stay for cooke in the English house, which is donne by his owne consent.Diary of Richard Cocks Vol. I