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  • London Cocks Glacier, Ross Dependency, Antarctica Cocks, Cornwall, England, a hamlet Mount Cocks, Victoria Land, Antarctica Antonov An-22 or Cock, a heavy
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  • Riihimäki Cocks (Finnish: Riihimäen Cocks) is a Finnish handball club from Riihimäki. Riihimäki Cocks were founded in 1973 when the club decided to separate
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  • Frederick Seymour Cocks, CBE (25 October 1882 – 29 May 1953) was a British Labour MP. Born in Darlington, Cocks was educated at Plymouth College and became
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  • doctorate. Cocks left Oxford to join Communications-Electronics Security Group (CESG), an arm of GCHQ, in September 1973. Soon after, Cocks was told about
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  • John Robert Cocker OBE (20 May 1944 – 22 December 2014), better known as Joe Cocker, was an English singer. He was known for his gritty voice, spasmodic
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  • ordering something they said meant "revolting cock" which led the waiter to say, "You are revolting cocks!" Their first release was "No Devotion" on Wax Trax
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  • A cock ring or cockring is a ring worn around the penis, usually at the base. The primary purpose of wearing a cock ring is to restrict the flow of blood
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  • Cockfight (redirect from Cock fighting)
    to the physical trauma the cocks inflict on each other, which is sometimes increased by attaching metal spurs to the cocks' natural spurs. While not all
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  • Cocks is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Charles Cocks, British 19th century wine enthusiast, author of Cocks & Féret Clifford Cocks
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  • called simply Cocker Spaniel in their countries of origin. In the early 20th century, Cocker Spaniels also included small hunting spaniels. Cocker Spaniels
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  • Rooster (redirect from Cock (chicken))
    gallantry from cocks" – (Jonathan ben Nappaha. Talmud: Erubin 100b), which may be further understood as to that of the gallantry of cocks being taken in
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  • Cocks, returned to Australia from a tour of Europe and began work on their third album, Scarred for Life. In 1982, before recording commenced, Cocks had
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  • Kate Cocks (born Fanny Kate Boadicea Cocks; 5 May 1875 – 20 August 1954) was welfare worker and the state's first policewoman in South Australia. She
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  • John C. "Jay" Cocks, Jr. (born January 12, 1944) is an American film critic and screenwriter. He is a graduate of Kenyon College. He was a critic for
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  • R. Sidney Cocks (1866 – 1939) was an Australian artist who painted primarily in watercolour. Robert Sidney Cocks, commonly known as Sidney, was born in
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  • Lovell Cocks, Baron Cocks of Hartcliffe, PC (19 August 1929 – 26 March 2001) was a moderate Labour Party politician in the United Kingdom. Cocks was educated
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  • Futrelle, the "central MGTOW myth" may be that of the "cock carousel": the idea that women spend their youth "flitting from alpha male to alpha male in an
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  • known simply as the Cocker Spaniel, as is the American Cocker Spaniel within the US. The word cocker is commonly held to stem from their use to hunt woodcock
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  • 1660-1736) of the Cocks Baronets Sir Robert Cocks, 4th Baronet (d. 1765) of the Cocks Baronets Robin Cocks, geologist Robert Cock, explorer Robert Cox
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  • Cockapoo (redirect from Cock-a-poo)
    into their 20s. However, both purebred poodles and cocker spaniels can suffer from luxating patellas (loose knees), and this can be passed on to their offspring
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