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  • (Soundbite of Sonic Youth) ROSE: Thurston Moore was playing around town in a band called the Coachman when he met Kim Gordon in 1981.

    Sonic Youth: A 25-Year Experiment in Artful Noise

  • We opted for an English-style pub called The Coachman because it wasn't far away -- over on the far side of Nob Hill -- and because Kerry said it was one of her favorite restaurants.

    Hoodwink

  • "Coachman," he said, with his foot on the step -- "There's no lady inside, is there?"

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine — Volume 53, No. 327, January, 1843

  • "Coachman," says he, "pray, when do you expect to reach The Borough,

    The Amateur Gentleman

  • "Coachman," cried Jacques Collin, "go back to the Palais de Justice, and look sharp ----

    Scenes from a Courtesan's Life

  • If no bugs are obvious I try a Royal Coachman, Adams, Elk Hair Caddis, or small Stimulator.

    how to choose flies

  • Had a pleasant ride (without head ache) as pleasant as eleven outsides besides a Coachman could make it, We took up an old Frenchman with a trunk of 200 weight, besides 3 there before, and had only 2 insides for ballast.

    Letter 281

  • For the heck of it I'd toss a Royal Coachman, a Mahogany Dun, elk wing caddis, or Adams.

    Can You Pick the Right Bug?

  • •Directions: From Tampa: West on Route 60; turn right at Old Coachman Road (first light after Route 19); field is on the right after Drew Street intersection.

    Grapefruit League guide

  • From Route 19: From north or south, take Route 60 West exit; turn right at Old Coachman Road (next light); field is on the right after Drew Street intersection.

    Grapefruit League guide

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