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CUCOCommission on University Career Opportunity (est. 1994; UK)
CUCOCambridge University Chamber Orchestra
CUCOClimbing Up, Climbing Out (New Mexico)
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Punja finger bracelet, pounds 135, from Cuco Bridal Wear, Portland Street, Troon.
5) See Suarez's "Cuco Goes to a Party," in which Cuco, instead of returning to his in-laws, gets drunk at a party.
Marrero also notes that Juan Bobo is usually described as physically unattractive--she emphasizes that he is "feo, muy feo [ugly, very ugly]," though not "a cuco [an ogre]" (p.
1979; Martinez Navarrete 1985: 2302-19; Diaz-Andreu Garcia 1990: 396-404), Los Dornajos (Galan & Poyato 1979; Galan Saulnier & Fernandez Vega 1983), La Parra de las Vegas (Martinez Navarrete & Valiente Canovas 1983), and El Cuco (Romero Salas & Sanchez Meseguer 1988a); and in Albacete province, El Quintanar (Martin Morales 1983; 1984) and El Acequion (Fernandez-Miranda et al.
WOCCU is working with its associates at Sri Lanka Credit Union Federation, CUCO in Indonesia and the Association of Asian Confederation of Credit Unions to help provide immediate relief assistance, rebuild credit unions and initiate reconstruction of the communities affected.
Rodriguez went close again in the 18th minute as the ball skidded through quickly from a Cuco Martina cross on a rain-soaked pitch but he fired over.
Ward-Prowse has, though, been impressed by the quality of replacement, with Ronald Koeman having brought in Juanmi, Cedric, Maarten Stekelenburg and Cuco Martina.
The group also hiked along the Conchagua Volcano -- from which point the Fonseca Gulf Islands can be seen -- and the beaches of Las Tunas, El Icacal, and El Esteron, ending at the El Cuco and Las Flores beaches in Chirilagua.
Cuco Ziganda's team have kept only seven cleam sheets in 31 league outings and failed to score in 16 league games, more than anyone except struggling Sociedad.
OSASUNA boss Cuco Ziganda was blown away by the Ibrox atmosphere but hopes his side didn't blow their chances by losing a late goal.
But Font's confidence appears not to be mirrored by coach Cuco Ziganda who has asked his players to control their physical efforts in the games ahead.
Noted Puerto Rican orchestrator Cuco Pena, Arjona's primary collaborator on the session, creates an introspective mood on several tracks through judiciously employed symphonic elements and airy arrangements, as on the acoustic version of "Lo poco que queda de mi," featuring pianist Miguel Nunez.