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“I think this is a dangerous precedent for our political leaders to substitute their judgment for the board of visitors,” Cox said, adding that he had little confidence the outside investigation would be truly independent.Va. lawmakers pass redistricting commission rules, end extraordinary session|Gregory S. Schneider, Laura Vozzella|November 9, 2020|Washington Post
David Valadao, who Cox defeated by less than 1 point in 2018, is back for a rematch.Final Forecast: Democrats Are Clear Favorites To Maintain Control Of The House|Geoffrey Skelley (email@example.com)|November 3, 2020|FiveThirtyEight
Cox did not return a call seeking comment, but posted on Facebook Wednesday night that Swain’s rights were violated because he was not given the chance to vote with a “normal” ballot.Maryland man arrested after trying to vote without a mask has sued, saying rights were violated|Ovetta Wiggins, Erin Cox|October 29, 2020|Washington Post
That’s why Cox was interested in understanding temperature asymmetries across the globe.Nights are warming faster than days. Here’s what that means for the planet.|Ula Chrobak|October 9, 2020|Popular-Science
To explore any effect of Stonehenge on sound, Cox and his colleagues built a scale model.Stonehenge enhanced voices and music within the stone ring|Bruce Bower|September 29, 2020|Science News For Students
Mr Riddell knows very little about sports, though I do hear he was seen coxing a schoolhouse boat this morning.
He was down coxing his boat, and the thought of this only reminded Telson of his own bad luck, and added to his ill-temper.
Will you, who have a coxing tongue will wheadle any one, write to her as soon as you have finisht the famous tradgedy?The Virginians|William Makepeace Thackeray