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Coates

[kohts] /koʊts/
noun
1.
Eric, 1886–1957, English violist and composer.
2.
Joseph Gordon, 1878–1943, New Zealand statesman: prime minister 1925–28.
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  • "I can't help you any more," observed Belton to me, as we sat in the lobby of the Coates House where he was putting up.

    Tramping on Life Harry Kemp
  • I rejoiced to see that Miss Montenero did not live with Mrs. Coates.

  • Why, Mr. Coates, that wall must be higher than a five-barred gate, or any stone wall in my own country.

    Rookwood William Harrison Ainsworth
  • I only wished that my mother had been present to receive an antidote to Mrs. Coates.

  • I heard the door-bell ring, and I heard Coates's regular tread as he proceeded along the passage.

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Coates

/kəʊts/
noun
1.
Joseph Gordon. 1878–1943, New Zealand statesman; prime minister of New Zealand (1925–28)
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