Coker

Coker may refer to:

  • Coker College, a private American college based in Hartsville, South Carolina, United States
  • Camp Coker, a Boy Scout Camp located in South Carolina, United States
  • Coker Tire, a specialty tire manufacturer
  • Coker unit, an oil refinery processing unit
  • Coker v. Georgia, a Supreme Court case striking down the death sentence of a defendant convicted of rape
  • the cokernel, also referred to as the coker, is a concept in category theory

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Other articles related to "coker":

Coker (surname)
... Coker is a surname shared by several notable people, including Major James Lide Coker (1837–1913 b ... South Carolina, United States), founder of Sonoco Products Company and Coker College William Chambers Coker (1872–after 1921 b ... Carolina, United States), botanist and founder of Coker Arboretum Charles W ...
La Marcus Coker - High School
... Coker was all-state in football and track ... Coker was named the 5A Back of the year following his senior season ... Coker concentrated on sprints for the track team, winning the state title in the 200 meter dash as a sophomore and the 100 meter dash as a junior ...
Coker, Texas - History
... State of Texas Texas portal The Coker Community was founded in 1841 by John Coker (1789–1851) on 1,920 acres (7.8 km2) of land he had been awarded for his service in the Texas ... James Harrison Coker (1827–1892), son of Joseph Coker, John Coker's brother, was the first teacher at the Coker School, and his daughter Sarah Jane Coker (1860–1930) was the midwife there ...
La Marcus Coker - College
... LaMarcus Coker enjoyed a successful college football career as a running back at the University of Tennessee and later, at Hampton University ... Coker was named a starting running back at Tennessee near the end of the 2006 season ... Coker scored a TD on his first college reception, a trick play pass from Lucas Taylor ...
Coker Creek - History
... The stream was first named for John Coker a hero of the Battle of San Jacinto, who received a land grant from the Republic of Texas on October 5, 1838 ... John Coker who also received a larger land grant in the Northern part of Bexar County, Texas,where he founded the settlement of Coker, Texas, never lived on the ...