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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.
When we were past the fall of the Wire, we coasted vp by the salt cotes, to Coker.Chronicles (1 of 6): The Description of Britaine|Raphaell Holinshed
Coker recalls vividly the Indians of the area in the days before 1870.
"Bultitude thinks he can run," said Coker, with an amiable unbelief in any disinterestedness.Vice Versa|F. Anstey
We stopped for the night at this habitation, and found it to be occupied by a Mr. Coker.
Bellamy, Coker says built the road with slave labor and as an investment, realizing much money on tolls on it for many years.