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Kosma

 

a river in Arkhangel’sk Oblast, RSFSR, and in the Komi ASSR; a left tributary of the Tsil’ma River (Pechora Basin). Length, 251 km; basin area, 4,850 sq km. The Kosma originates in the Timan Ridge. The winding river is fed by snow and rain.

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The terms of the JV comprise of that KOSMA would be buying the hotel block for RM30.
9 KOSMA On April 14, 2007, Kosma Adam Althamer was born.
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Namibia's largest life insurer, Old Mutual Namibia recently appointed its new Group Chief Executive, Kosmas Egumbo who is back in the mainstream after four years of learning the ropes of institutional finance.
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Using the negative pressure method, Kosmas and colleagues have shown that EFL can occur during exercise in subjects suspected of having EIB, and that the degree of flow limitation is related to the maximal workload tolerated.
The productions themselves are entirely coincidental, no doubt, but maybe there's something in the air--a cultural whisper that Chekhov's work, regularly celebrated in the commercial and not-for-profit repertory and always ripe for revival, is particularly ripe at this moment for stylized theatro-philosophical excursions by bold women--particularly ones who "don't traffic in realism" (as Kosmas puts it).
During an earlier Dallas gig, at Neighborhood Services Tavern, Kosmas came up with a variation of the Pisco Sour he dubbed the Egg Man--as in the Beastie Boys song.