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  • n. Plural form of cooper.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of cooper.


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  • A sailor we had recently impressed, and who the day after entered, informed us that it was the fashion for the men of the West Indian and Guinea ships, when on shore, to disguise themselves, sometimes as American women, at other times as tradesmen, such as coopers, shoemakers, etc.

    A Sailor of King George

  • The majority of those inferior hands which are employed in this fishery, many of the mechanics, such as coopers, smiths, caulkers, carpenters, etc., who do not belong to the society of Friends, are

    Letters from an American Farmer

  • Simply by being lazy, the coopers made for themselves a three-day weekend.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • Yes | No | Report from mattreney wrote 24 weeks 3 days ago these were some good posts i likes mr coopers the most +1 to you a bunch of times

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  • Yes | No | Report from Kentucky Hunter wrote 25 weeks 4 days ago flint knife and a compass would be mine. also like mr coopers vaseline and magnesium stick info learned something new

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  • Breweries and bottlemakers, coopers and hop farmers, trucking firms and ice plants and dozens of other businesses immediately began to recruit thousands from the ranks of the unemployed.


  • Louise I have said it elsewhere but bowens problem is definately that his coopers Y fronts are to tight and it is difficult to draw sufficient breath to tell the truth - can, t yuo tell by his voice. phil

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  • At the height of the Global Trust Bank crisis in 2003, the Reserve Bank of India banned price waterhouse coopers from auditing banks account for three years.

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  • He is the patron saint of barrel makers, coopers also Coopers? and, logically, vintners.

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  • But as coopers began to make barrels specially for the oil trade, one standard size emerged, and that size continues to be the norm to the present.

    The Prize


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