Cottier

  • (noun): A medieval English villein.
    Synonyms: cotter

Some articles on cottier:

Allen Jack+Cottier
... Allen Jack+Cottier (AJ+C) is an architectural practice with offices in Sydney, Brisbane, Perth, Ho Chi Minh City, Kuala Lumpur, Beijing and Shanghai ... and Russel C Jack but in 1964 an architect named Keith Cottier was promoted to partner and the firm was renamed Allen Jack + Cottier ...
Cottier (surname) - Use of The Name
... Surname Chuck Cottier, (born 1936), an American former baseball player ... Georges Cottier, (born 1922), a Swiss Cardinal ... Other Allen Jack+Cottier, an architectural firm based in Sydney, Australia ...
Occupation Of Alcatraz - Background
... Spotted Elk, Walter Means, and Allen Cottier ... Cottier acted as spokesman for the demonstration, stating that it was “peaceful and in accordance with Sioux treaty rights.” The protesters were publicly offering the federal government the same amount for the ... Cottier also stated that the federal government would be allowed to maintain use of the Coast Guard lighthouse located on the island ...
Allen Jack+Cottier - Personal Life
... Homebush was the basis for future industrial structures, notably QANTAS and Keith Cottier’s Domaine Chandon ... Keith Cottier joined the firm in 1957, Allen and Jack recognised Cottier’s prominent architectural talent after seeing his designs for Clubbe Hall and shortly after Cottier was made partner ... In 1964 the firm was renamed Allen Jack + Cottier ...
Chuck Cottier
1988–1994) Baltimore Orioles (1995) Philadelphia Phillies (1997–2000) Charles Keith Cottier (born January 8, 1936 in Delta, Colorado) is a former second baseman, manager, coach and ... Cottier graduated from Grand Junction, Colorado, High School, where he lettered in four sports — baseball, basketball, football and wrestling ... Cottier batted and threw right-handed, standing 5 feet 11 inches (1.8 m) tall and weighing 178 pounds (81 kg) ...