American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Cooke, (Alfred) Alistair 1908-2003. British-born American journalist and broadcaster, whose books include Around the World in 50 Years (1966) and Alistair Cooke's America (1973).
- n. United States financier who marketed Union bonds to finance the American Civil War; the failure of his bank resulted in a financial panic in 1873 (1821-1905)
- n. United States journalist (born in England in 1908)
“COOKE and Dibdin went, at a tolerably steady quick-step, as far as the middle of Greek Street, when Cooke, who had passed his hand along all the palisades and shutters as he marched, came in contact with the recently-painted new front of a coachmaker's shop, from which he obtained a complete handful of wet color.”
“Though I’m not sure about their assertion that Darwin Cooke is one of comics’ “elder statesmen”, it’s still a decent read and good press for the industry.”
“I highly doubt Cooke is to be fully blamed as management didn't want to hear the truth from the MSL team. batgirl”
“Doug Cooke is obviously a third-stringer put in the lead role, and comes across as such.”
“My main problem with Cooke is that she is so judgemental.”
“I just didn't care about the concept, and I'm not a fan Darwin Cooke either.”
“Christopher Cooke is correct: the dorm was named for Simkins shortly after Brown.”
“If Cooke gets the boot with all hope, I have no idea why Cooke is still there.”
“Alistair Cooke from the BBC wrote about America as an outsider to the outside world, yet Charley wrote about America too; but as an insider addressing his countrymen – And was telling them the truth!”
“Doug Cooke is one that made it up the feed chain with incredibly strong technical skills, but he has fleshed his expertise in management out with many PM assignments, none of which have been in pure development leadership roles ... so we have ops personnel (Hanely) and concept folks (Cooke) running DDT&E organziations, with little or no applicable development experience.”
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