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costa

[′käs·tə]
(biology)
A rib or riblike structure.
(botany)
The midrib of a leaf.
(invertebrate zoology)
The anterior vein of an insect's wing.

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A fuselage frame.
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N-Dubz singer Tulisa, 26, met Costas, 24, after the collapse of a trial earlier this year which saw her cleared of supplying Class A drugs as part of a newspaper sting.
Marcello Magni and Jared McNeill are both superb in their roles of cocky editors, one armed magicians and sympathetic doctors, while Hunter is nothing short of magnetic as Costas.
Costas believes there is huge potential for executive jets in India although it is still a small market.
Costas added: "If you are reading this, Lewis, please make contact as all the family are shattered by what has happened.
One has to wonder if Costas and Whitlock remember the murder of Nicole Brown Simpson?
Initially, Costas said "My mistake is I left it open for too much miscommunication," but then appeared on talk shows, further expanding his opinion on guns, while reinforcing that he really doesn't know what he is talking about.
Bob Costas on whether the five-game suspension of Ozzie Guillen by the Miami Marlins is justified:
Because I wanted to keep your fees down, [but renowned architect] Philip Johnson said, 'I have to tell you, Costas is a great design architect.
But they thought the rift with dad Costas, 48, who ran a private ambulance company, had been healed and she had moved back in with him, mum Bernadette, sisters Caprulla, 12, and Androulla, nine, and brothers CJ and an 18-month baby.
Costas has helped to run an international club, taught Greek to staff and children as young as five and developed Stocksfield's Comenius partnership with schools in Cyprus, Spain and Finland.
In addition, Costas Kondylis Design is accepting new assignments and designing concept plans for future developments in New York and internationally.
Alianza's Argentinian coach Gustavo Costas blasted the country's climate after his side's 2-1 league win at CNI.