CORSO


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CORSOCommittee on Recognized Student Organizations
CORSOCouncil of Organisations for Relief Services Overseas (New Zealand)
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Espana y la lucha contra el corso insurgente hispanoamericano 1812-1828, Cadiz, Servicio de Publicaciones de la Diputacion de Cadiz, 2008, Coleccion Bicentenario.
En este orden de ideas, quisiera regresarse al fisico exuberante de la amiga de Corso. Como se vera, la grandeza o exuberancia fisica de varias mujeres de El club Dumas produce un efecto interesante en la dinamica de los sexos ya que da la impresion de grandeza y, por lo tanto, de fuerza.
They had served sentences of between seven and 22 years, said Corso, many for murder.
Aunque corso es el natural de Corcega, en otro sentido, procedente del latin, el corso era "una campana que hacian por mar los buques mercantes con patente de su gobierno, para perseguir a los piratas o a las embarcaciones enemigas".
At a mid-point in Grogory Corso's career, he began to write poems in which animals appear without humans.
There are only three copies of Satan's work in existence and it is Corso's mission to locate them and bring them back to Balken.
In Switzerland, CMS considerably increased the yield of Corso in all treatment combinations (Table 1), while the effect on Silex was rather small.
Contributing to the popularity of the Corso was one of the ads in the then newly founded Latin New York Magazine:
Corso's motivational presentation will follow a cocktail hour and dinner on the second night.
Corso es un particular hombre que encuentra libros que no son muy comunes, es alli donde el suspenso y el drama de esta historia empiezan...
At 17 Corso was sentenced to three years in Clinton Prison in Dannemora, N.Y., for theft.
A child of immigrant parents, Corso was raised in New York City, largely by foster parents, and in reform schools and prison.