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Juana Maria Coha fue profesora de la Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos, reconocida por su energia interna y personalidad intensa, la misma que podia percibirse en sus cursos y en particular en las conversaciones con sus alumnos.
Ambassador Wais underlined that CTSAMM has been closely monitoring the developments on the ground since the coming into effect of the CoHA and doing its assessment and verification tasks with a view to ascertain and identify those armed groups and military commanders responsible for the violations.
The COHA contains over 400 million words from works that were published between 1810 and 2009.
De Smet, Diller and Tyrkko 2011) for Late Modern British English, and the Corpus of Historical American English (COHA), compiled by Mark Davies at Brigham Young University ( for Late Modern American English.
Intriguingly, the search using the key-phrase pin-up girl in the Corpus of Historical American English (COHA) (8) allowed for the retrieval of the following results presented in Figure 2 (see next page).
In his letter, Anibal de Castro acknowledges that Haiti and the Dominican Republic "may have a fractious history" (italics mine), but goes on to insist that the two nations have worked together since the 2010 earthquake to find "joint solutions to common challenges." After the publication of these letters in the United States, intense international pressure (from, for example, the United Nations, the Caribbean Community [CARICOM], and the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States [CELAC]) influenced the Dominican Republic to engage in talks with Haiti to ease the situation for the "stateless" peoples of Haitian descent living in the Dominican Republic (Agyapong, COHA, February 27, 2014).
A brief survey of Google Books and online newspapers shows a striking lack of such forms; similarly, a corpus search of the Corpus of Historical American English (COHA; Davies 2010-) or the Corpus of Contemporary American English (COCA; Davies 2008-) on average brings up fewer than five hits per item.
My wife and I like to watch "The Great Courses." (If you haven't seen "The Great Courses," you've almost certainly seen them advertised.) We recently watched a course on language that mentioned a giant word database called the Corpus of Historical American English (COHA;