coope


coope

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  • Coope — Coope, Coupe Nom porté en Angleterre (première mention connue : William le Coupe, 1296). Il vient du latin cupa (= tonneau), et on pense qu il s agit le plus souvent d un surnom métonymique donné à un tonnelier …   Noms de famille

  • Coopé — Balandra de Coopé Banderas Historial …   Wikipedia Español

  • Coope — This is a variant of the Anglo Saxon occupational name Cooper which was used to denote someone who made and repaired wooden vessels such as barrels, tubs, buckets, casks and vats. The derivation is from the early Middle English couper or cowper …   Surnames reference

  • coopé — n.f. Coopérative. □ La coopé, service effectué au titre de la coopération internationale …   Dictionnaire du Français argotique et populaire

  • coopé —  n.f. Fam., Mil. Coopération …   Le dictionnaire des mots absents des autres dictionnaires

  • Coope Boyes and Simpson — Coope, Boyes and Simpson are an English vocal folk trio, formed around 1990. Their sound is rich and often has unusual vocal harmonies. The group comprises singers Barry Coope, Jim Boyes (formerly of Swan Arcade) and Lester Simpson, and almost… …   Wikipedia

  • Miles Coope — Personal information Full name Miles Coope Born 28 November 1916(1916 11 28) Gildersome, Yorkshire, England Died 5 July 1974(1974 07 05) (aged 57) Gildersome, Yorkshire, England Batting …   Wikipedia

  • Octavius Coope — Octavius Edward Coope (12 January 1814 – 27 November 1886) was an English brewer and Conservative politician who sat in the House of Commons in two periods between 1847 and 1886. Coope was the son of John Coope of Great Cumberland Place, London… …   Wikipedia

  • Sarah Coope — ist eine ehemalige britische Duathletin, Triathletin und mehrfache Europameisterin. Werdegang Sarah Coope war im Triathlon sehr vielseitig und erfolgreich auf verschiedenen Distanzen aktiv: Kurzdistanz (1,5 km Schwimmen, 40 km Radfahren und 10 km …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Ind Coope Ground — The Ind Coope Ground is a cricket ground in Burton, England where Derbyshire CCC played between 1938 and 1980. In most years, the ground would host at least one County Championship match. Staffordshire CCC used the ground between 1987 and 1991… …   Wikipedia