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Coe

/ kəʊ /

noun

  1. CoeSebastian1956MEnglishSPORT AND GAMES: runnerPOLITICS: politician Sebastian , Baron. born 1956, English middle-distance runner, Conservative politician, and sports administrator: winner of the 1500 metres in the 1980 and 1984 Olympic Games; held records at 800m, 1000m, 1500m, and a mile: member of parliament (1992–97), chairman of the London Organising Committee for the Olympic Games of 2012


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This was a typically brilliant and diplomatic decision by Seb Coe.

Bucky Covington, Season 5: I auditioned with the song "The Ride" by David Allan Coe.

The more you can make your organization invisible,” explains leader Doug Coe, “the more influence it will have.

The more invisible you can make your organization,” explains leader Doug Coe, “the more influence it will have.

But Coe says that since she began treating soldiers in 2004, the stigma has not lessened "at all."

On that night which followed Curtis Coe's wicked impertinence, two men sat up with the sick man.

His friend Coe described him to the author as “a standing example of manly character.”

Charity Coe, when the train stopped, had flatly refused to walk up the station platform with Jim Dyckman.

Jim Dyckman and Charity Coe suddenly found themselves together.

To emphasize her support, Mrs. Noxon insisted on Charity Coe's coming to her as a house-guest for a week before the fte.

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