Cotes, Roger

Cotes, Roger, an English mathematician of such promise, that Newton said of him, “If he had lived, we should have known something” (1682-1716).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Cotentin * Côtes du Nord
Cosmography
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Cossacks
Costa Rica
Costard
Costello, Louisa Stuart
Coster
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Côte d'Or
Cotentin
Cotes, Roger
Côtes du Nord
Cotin, the Abbé
Cotman, John Sell
Cotopaxi
Cotswold Hills
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Cottian Alps
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