Cooley

[koo-lee]
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noun

Charles Hor·ton [hawr-tn] /ˈhɔr tn/, 1864–1929, U.S. author and pioneer in the field of sociology.

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  • Holden and Cooley spent the rest of their days on the Upper Yadkin.

    Chronicles of Border Warfare

    Alexander Scott Withers

  • Whoever they may be they are in the "cooley" and watching the prairie.

    Marion's Faith.

    Charles King

  • Cooley says of them, "They are so utterly untrue, that they have not their parallel in any language."

  • Cooley greeted Mellin uproariously and Mr. Sneyd introduced the fat man.

    His Own People

    Booth Tarkington

  • "He played a mighty good game on the steamer," said Cooley warmly.

    His Own People

    Booth Tarkington


cooley in Medicine

Cooley

[kōōlē]Denton Arthur Born 1920

American surgeon and educator who in 1969 performed the first artificial heart transplant on a human.
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