American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Cochran, Jacqueline 1910-1980. American aviator who held numerous national and international speed records and headed the Women's Air Force Service Pilots during World War II.
- n. United States aviator who held several speed records and headed the women's Air Force pilots in World War II (1910-1980)
“Willie B. Cochran is currently the 20th Ward alderman.”
“As It happens I am not the only Rat here – Dusty Rhoades will be here any second now (in fact we have a drink waiting for him) and Stacey Cochran is here with his minii traveling production studio.”
“Alan Cochran is no fan of the iniquitous Scottish gerrymandering conducted by Labour in Sweaty Sock - land.”
“Ms. Jaquith: Cochran is going to be in Alexandria for the “festival of the arts” the weekend of the 9th and 10th.”
“As another transitionless non sequitur post nugget, I just now learned that my old buddy Tanya Cochran is going to be working DragonCon too!”
“The statement “I think Cochran is evil because he represented O.J.,” clearly a constitutionally protected statement of opinion, would be enjoined, too, as would true factual allegations about Cochran.”
“Cochran is looking for another, higher-rated insurer that will offer him a policy so he can get his hospital privileges back.”
“Cochran is one of nearly 2500 Americans who remain unaccounted for from the”
“The rule is often called the Cochran rule for the frequency his Bloomfield, New Britain and New London teams had run up scores.”
“Eddie Cochran is the sound behind the sound here, and his great song “C’mon Everybody” pre-dates Townsend’s lyric sensibility.”
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