coate


coate
coate, -a (del nahua «cóatl»; Méj.) adj. *Gemelo (hermano) o *parecido. Cuate.

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  • coate — obs. form of cote, quote …   Useful english dictionary

  • Coate — Gilbert Randoll Coate (* 8. Oktober 1909 in Lausanne; † 2. Dezember 2005 in Le Rouret, Frankreich) war Geheimdienstler, Diplomat, Amateurdesigner und Gelegenheitsautor. Er entwarf zahlreiche Hecken Irrgärten, Rasen und Pflasterlabyrinthe für… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • Coate Water Country Park — The concrete diving board at Coate, built 1935 Coate Water (grid reference SU188820) is a country park situated 5 km (3.1 mi) to the southeast of central …   Wikipedia

  • Randoll Coate — Gilbert Randoll Coate (8 October 1909 – 2 December 2005) was a British diplomat, maze designer and labyrinthologist .Early lifeThe son of Charles Philip Coate, an expatriate businessman, Randoll Coate was born in Lausanne, Switzerland. After… …   Wikipedia

  • Jennifer Coate — Judge Jennifer Coate is an Australian judge, and the current State Coroner of Victoria. She is the first woman to be appointed to the position. [http://www.theage.com.au/news/national/thoughtful judge to be state… …   Wikipedia

  • Randoll Coate — Gilbert Randoll Coate (* 8. Oktober 1909 in Lausanne; † 2. Dezember 2005 in Le Rouret, Frankreich) war ein britischer Geheimdienstler, Diplomat, Amateurdesigner und Gelegenheitsautor. Er entwarf zahlreiche Hecken Irrgärten, Rasen und… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Pinkney, Edward Coate — (1802 1828)    B. in London, where his f. was U.S. ambassador. He wrote a number of light, graceful short poems, but fell a victim to ill health and a morbid melancholy at 25. His longest poem is Rudolph (1825) …   Short biographical dictionary of English literature

  • Swindon Civic Trust — The Swindon Civic Trust is a voluntary organisation and registered charity established in Swindon, England in 2001. Affiliated to the Civic Trust of England and Wales, the organisation s stated aims are to improve the quality of new and historic… …   Wikipedia