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COTECenter of the Earth
COTECouncil on the Environment (various organizations)
COTECare of the Elderly (health)
COTECommittee on the Environment (American Institute of Architect)
COTEChildren on the Edge
COTECouncil on Teacher Education
COTECoefficient of Thermal Expansion
COTECircle of the Earth (web comic)
COTEChoirs of the Eye (Kayo Dot music album)
COTECanadian Office of Technology Exchange in Environment
COTECreature of the Ether
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I am convinced that there is something we can give to Cote d'Ivoire and what Cote d'Ivoire can give to us, so we look forward to ways to build synergy, religious, social and economic relationship, interdependence and brotherhood', he added.
Instead, hard and coarse textures and complex spectrums of aromas and flavors may seem standoffish initially and require patience to embrace, much like Cote Rotie itself.
Les sinistres du secteur cote ont atteint 140,3 MD en 2016, soit une diminution de 19,4% par rapport a 2015.
This extended partnership with Orange Cote d'Ivoire signifies a milestone for the two parties in further business innovation.
The issuance of a French arrest warrant for the speaker of Cote d'Ivoire's parliament, Guillaume Soro, has raised questions regarding the state of Ivorian politics in the wake of the October 2015 elections.
Cote d'Ivoire Ambassador said that his country aims to stand on Sudan experiences in many fields, especially the issues of family support and the combating of poverty.
Albert Essien, Group CEO of Ecobank, said after the ceremony, "Ecobank Cote d'Ivoire is a pearl in our network and we are proud of our subsidiary.
Cote really does champion brasserie dining at its very best.
After graduating from college in 2009, Cote went right into the family real estate business.
These people are all defenders of the land, defenders of the people, defenders of the culture," said Cote.
The United States established diplomatic relations with Cote d'Ivoire (then called Ivory Coast) in 1960 following its independence from France.
The hospitality of Moroccan peacekeepers stationed in Cote d'Ivoire was revealed in the blog of the United Kingdom's Ambassador Mark Lyall Grant, who along with his counterpart of Germany, Peter Wittig , provided lively accounts of the Security Council five day visit to the three post-war recovering nations.