Coyote Arts Percussive Performance Association. : Byron Chief-Moon : Grey Horse Rider / Mouvement Perpétual presents ; produced and directed by Philip Szporer & Marlene Millar ; produced with the participation of the Canadian Television Fund, in association with Bravo! BRAVO! Canada [and] APTN (Aboriginal Peoples Television Network).
Coyote Tum, Rafael. : Gracias, matiox, thanks, Hermano Pedro : a trilingual anthology of Guatemalan oral tradition / edited and translated by Maria Cristina Canales, Jane Frances Morrissey ; in collaboration with Miguel Morales Jimenez, Rafael Coyote Tum.
Coysh, Joanne., : Human rights education and the politics of knowledge / Joanne Coysh.
Coyssard, Michel, 1547-1623. : Demandes faictes aux ministres d'escossi : touchant la religion Chrestienne, par M. Iean Hay escossois, de la compagnie de Iesus, professeur en theologie, en l'vniuersité de Tournon. [...].
Coyssard, Michel, : Universitatum totius orbis et collegiorum omnium societatis Jesu libellus, nunc primum in lucem editus opera Franc. Catinii.
Coyte, Mary Ellen, 1954- : Spirituality, values and mental health [electronic resource] : jewels for the journey / edited by Mary Ellen Coyte, Peter Gilbert and Vicky Nicholls ; foreword by John Swinton.
Cozart, Cylk, : White Men Can't Jump (Movie 1992) / Director: Shelton, Ron.
Cozbie, Thomas. : The falacie of the great water-drinker discovered. : Fully representing what are the ingredients that provoke him to so wonderfull a vomit, and by what art one glass seemeth to be of one colour, and another of another; and what he doth when he taketh the rose-water and the angelica-water. / By Mr Thomas Peedle and Mr Thomas Cozbie, who brought him over into England from Tours in France: and after Wednesday next being the 26 of this present June, will be constantly readie every after-noon, if desired, in their own persons to make an experimental proof of what is here declared. Published for the satisfaction of many of the nobilitie and ladies of this nation, and many eminent gentlemen who have offered great sums of money to have the misterie discovered. As also to undeceive many thousands, who having seen the manner of it, have been amazed at the wonder but could not discover the secret. Licenced and entered into the register-book of the Company of Stationers, according to order.