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  1. CoenJan Pieterszoon15871629MDutchPOLITICS: colonial administrator Jan Pieterszoon. 1587–1629, Dutch colonial administrator; governor general of the Dutch East Indies (1618–23, 1627–29)
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I was 25 in the summer of 1996 when I landed a job as a personal assistant to Joel and Ethan Coen.

What FX is offering, then, is a new series that feels like a Coen Brothers movie.

"It's more interesting for me as an audience member to see a movie about a loser," Ethan Coen said in a recent interview.

You and the Coen Brothers spent six months creating a history and a post-history for Llewyn Davis.

And, of course, the immortal films of Joel and Ethan Coen, from The Big Lebowski to O Brother, Where Art Thou?

This idea, however, was dispelled on their reaching at the end of ten miles, a large river which was supposed to be the Coen.

The Coen is about sixty yards wide, sandy, and contains crocodiles.

On the 9th they crossed another river, which they supposed to be the one named the Coen on the seaward side.

The case of Father Coen is most instructive, and most unpleasant.