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“In 1837, William H. Hooper, a University man was teaching what he called Hooper's School in Chatham; 386”
“A motorized parachute crashed into a crowd at a Labor Day festival in Hooper, Utah, injuring at least six people including children, authorities said.”
“Hooper is the all-time steals leader at LA-Monroe, with 208, and finishes second in 3-pointers made (236), sixth in scoring (1,592 points) and sixth in assists (339).”
“According to his IMDB page, Hooper is directing a feature based on the Stephen King story From A Buick 8, which is currently in production.”
“Daniel Hooper is a technical specialist at the Environment Agency who underwent a gender transition from female to male.”
“The question isn't whether Hooper is qualified, it's what McGinn is attempting to do with this continued brain drain. ktstine”
“Rick Hooper is a consumate professional who has worked in every Office of Housing, or its various department configurations since the passing of the first Levy in the late 80's.”
“Ibrahim Hooper is the group's national communications director.”
“A fan of the book since his teenage years, Hooper is hoping to bring a fresh take to the story, and stay faithful in a way that the 1955 film could not.”
“P.S. Anyone else notice how much Tobe Hooper is starting to look like Steven Spielberg?”
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English surnames based upon an occupation. As one would expect, many of the occupations that lent themselves to these surnames no longer exist, and variant spellings abound.
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