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COSTACommittee on Space Technology Applications
COSTAContribution Optimizing Sales Territory Alignment (marketing)
COSTACommunity Organisations of South Tyrone and Areas (UK)
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It was nip and tuck across to the Contra Costa Hills, neither of us seeming to gain or to lose.
He frightened the cook so that he won't put anything on the fire for me now.' Poor da Costa had tears in his eyes.
Once more, on these Contra Costa hills, he early came to grief.
The United States is Costa Rica's largest trading partner, accounting for over half of Costa Rica's exports, imports, and tourism, and foreign direct investment.
The Costa Esmerald Airport which opens this November is built by Corporacion del Sur, S.A.
* Costa Rica life insurance industry overview and market size
Many writers have touched upon aspects of Costa Rica's Cold War, but not in its entirety nor from a twenty-first century perspective.
At the time, Costa was feeling a little sorry for herself as she prepared to leave behind her longtime home, she said.
The Costa Book Award is judged anonymously and honours the most enjoyable books of the last year written by authors based in the UK and Ireland.
Costa Cruises and Le Cesarine, ambassadors of Italian tradition and style, have signed a strategic, original partnership just in the name of excellence both at the table and at sea.