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[koo-lee] /ˈku li/
Charles Horton
[hawr-tn] /ˈhɔr tn/ (Show IPA),
1864–1929, U.S. author and pioneer in the field of sociology. Unabridged
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  • Cooley will show up well next year, and would, no doubt, have done better if the conditions had been more favorable.

  • Cooley says of them, "They are so utterly untrue, that they have not their parallel in any language."

  • You and Cooley's boy seem to have a fondness for that particular kind of adventure.

    Out of the Hurly-Burly Charles Heber Clark
  • "He played a mighty good game on the steamer," said Cooley warmly.

    His Own People Booth Tarkington
  • Physicians in Cooley's employ gave corroborative evidence, with some modifications.

    John Marsh's Millions Charles Klein
  • "Perhaps he won't want us to try," young Cooley pursued derisively.

    His Own People Booth Tarkington
Cooley in Medicine

Cooley Coo·ley (kōō'lē), Denton Arthur. Born 1920.

American surgeon and educator who in 1969 performed the first artificial heart transplant on a human.

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