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La autora de Fragmentos del pasado: murales prehispanicos, rememora que primero se entero de la toma de la direccion del CUEC, despues le llego la queja que la alumna entrego a la Defensoria de los Derechos Universitarios, "y el rector me instruye para recibir a Coria y escucharlo".
This merger is an exciting milestone in the evolution of the Coria business," said Mr.
Like the film's protag, Coria has worked as a caretaker for a Mexican family all his life, though the direction in which pic finally leads is clearly fictional.
I'm back and I'm really eager to be on the tour," said Coria.
Coria said: "I'm fine and I want to feel the adrenaline again.
Coria will play David Nalbandian in the next round after the former Wimbledon finalist made it three Argentinians into the last 16 with victory over Chile's Fernando Gonzalez.
Coria, who also lost his first match in straight sets against Safin, previously had a fine record against Henman.
But Henman, despite reaching four Wimbledon semi-finals in the last six years, is seeded behind clay-court specialist Guillermo Coria and fellow Argentinian David Nalbandian.
Guillermo Coria has vowed to become the world No 1 by the end of this year after the heartbreak of losing the French Open final.
Guillemo coria has vowed to become the world tennis No1 by the end of this year after the heartbreak of losing yesterday's French Open final.
ROGER FEDERER looks to have got the measure of clay-court specialist and one-time French Open favourite Guillermo Coria ahead of next week's GrandSlam.
The No l faces defending champion Guillermo Coria in the perfect final today between the top two seeds and leading contenders for the French Open starting on May 24.