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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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Su coste es entre 6 y 7 veces mayor que el tratamiento de un paciente con SIDA y entre 30 o 40 veces mayor que el de la EPOC (7).
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Paris Match magazine claimed this week that the former South African Olympic swimmer had Coste, struck off the guest list to Monaco's lavish Red Cross ball.
With a single-minded minimalism reminiscent of Samuel Beckett, Coste created variation after variation of a severe room with only a chair, a bed, and a menacing cross--a composite scene built in her memory out of similar rooms in a clinic, a home, and a hospital.
In some places, we provided care that the citizens otherwise would not have received," said Master Chief Virginia Coste, a nurse in the French Navy.
The 41-year-old returned to his old club at St James' Park in Newcastle to launch his Coste Brulade 2007 Rose, with help from former boss Kevin Keegan.
The cast includes Daniel Auteuil as Francois Coste, Dany Boon as Bruno Bouley and Julie Gayet, Julie Durand and Henri Garcin in supporting roles.
Esta inflacion puede atribuirse mayormente al elevado coste de la energia, que supone un mayor coste del transporte de alimentos, asi como de la produccion de fertilizantes y del mantenimiento de las instalaciones de produccion.
The most likely item to be stolen is perfume - with fragrances by Kate Moss, Hugo Boss, Ghost, La Coste, FCUK and Estee Lauder topping the list.
542,31 Source: Own elaboration Chart 04: Average cost of wrong recruiting, when not outsourcing When it does outsource Simples U$/Presumtive Coste Contratacion U$ 813,12 U$ 985,26 Media sueldo.
The Singapore Airlines Suites were developed by French luxury yacht designer Jean-Jacques Coste of Coste Design and manufactured by Jamco Corporation of Japan and Sicma Aero Seat of France.
Yet this gospel, Coste emphasizes, is also of the Spirit, a confession too often neglected by the Latin tradition.