Done properly, correctly and reliably; in accordance with proper procedure and established rules.

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  • UK circa 1760. Eponymous of Edward Cocker, teacher and author of the popular mathematics textbook known as Cocker's Arithmetick.
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A man rode at an Arab who fired and missed him, and then seized his spear, with the apparent intention of meeting him as an infantry soldier should, according to Cocker.

Submitted on July 10, 2018

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وفقا لكروي

secondo cocker

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