from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Cole, Nat "King” Originally Nathaniel Adams Coles. 1919-1965. American singer and pianist who recorded such popular ballads as "Unforgettable” and "Mona Lisa.”
- Cole, Thomas 1801-1848. English-born American painter acknowledged as the leader of the Hudson River School, America's first painting movement.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. An English surname, possibly a nickname from col, Old English "charcoal,coal-black".
- proper n. A male given name derived from the surname.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Young Catrin Cole is writing advertising copy in London when she gets abruptly transferred to the Ministry of Information and the department responsible for propaganda films.
New tackle Colin Cole is a run stuffer and will team with emerging Brandon Mebane.
Newcastle United Nutcase Andy Carroll Breaks Steven Taylor's Jaw In Bust-Up (21): Cheryl gives the term Cole Mining a whole new meaning - that's one pit I'd like to gan doon
Following her successful stint as eye-candy for Simon Cowell, Cheryl Cole is to hopefully bugger off to the States and never return, while the four other ones (whose names your Correspondent can't be bothered to look up) have all announced straight-to-bargain-bin solo projects, cameo roles in soap operas and kiss'n'tell exposees of how they worked their way through the entire Liverpool squad in one night.
Cole is confident, by the way, that he's going to have work for the next 30 years in advising on how to evade these attacks.
Q: The IMDb lists that as a trivia fact, that Cole is in the movie.
Andrew Garfield announces himself as a young actor to watch, Lily Cole is drop-dead gorgeous, and even Verne Troyer aka “Mini-Me” is endearing.
Surely Juan Cole is consistent with traditional Jewish theology as epitomized by Elliott Abrams in his assessment of Jewish allegiances.
On a March afternoon, while Lila Cole is working in her quiet office, her twin brother Billy points an unloaded rifle out of a hotel window, closing down a city block.
CONS: Cole is unbelievably lucky against impossible odds.
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