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Graham Cooke divorced his wife, Heather, because she had no desire to move from the United Kingdom to California. Heather felt as though Graham put the ministry before their marriage and that he sought an adjustment in t...

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Born in Manchester, England, writer Graham Cooke has published 20 books about modern spirituality and religion. He is a popular conference speaker and is well-known for his training programs in “prophetic, spiritual warf...

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Gigi Graham is the oldest child of American Christian evangelist Billy Graham and his wife Ruth Bell. She is an author and inspirational speaker. Among her books are "For Women Only: Keeping Your Balance in a Changing Wo...

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As of November 2014, the evangelist William Franklin "Billy" Graham, Jr. is still alive. He was born on Nov. 7, 1918, making him 95 years old.

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"Rejoicing Increases Faith," "Do Not Battle Fear. Embrace Love!" and "All Obstacles School Us in Divine Confidence" are some of Graham Cooke's sermon topics. Cooke is a well-known Christian speaker and author from Manche...

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The characters in "The Shakespeare Stealer" include Widge, Simon Bass, who also poses as a man named Falconer, Dr. Timothy Bright, Alexander "Sander" Cooke, Julia "Julian" Cogan, William Shakespeare, Nick and Thomas Pope...

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Some names that rhyme with other words are Brian, James, Dan, Mary and Heather. They rhyme, respectively, with "lion" and "prion," "names" and "games," "fan" and "man," "hairy" and "scary," and "weather" and "feather."

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