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cortina

In Spanish, literally, a curtain. In Spanish architecture or its derivatives, corbeled stonework directly below a balcony or windowsill.
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With this kind of integration and performance, Cortina together with Quantenna is driving home network connectivity performance to a level that has never been achieved before," said Dr.
She said: "This was the first time I've taken the Cortina to work with me and I think it was the car they were after.
aka firewater A short shuttle bus ride from Cortina town is the Falzarego pass and Lagazuoi peak where there is yet more spectacular skiing and some fascinating historical sites.
If you want great food closer to Cortina try the Baita Fraina 2km up the Faloria mountainside with its extensive wine list and local speciality dishes such as pasta filled with beetroot.
The Art Room works with the children on social skills, education as well as therapy, and practitioners are trained with a unique methodology, Cortina told Reuters Health.
In an era of purpose-built Benidorms-in-the-snow, Cortina stands alongside St Moritz, Zermatt, Grindelwald and Kitzbuhel in terms of skiing history and its enduring up-market reputation.
According to the company, these RSUs were granted by the compensation committee of its board of directors on 16 October 2014, to approximately 140 new employees from Cortina Systems and are subject to Inphi's standard four-year vesting requirements and obligations.
Inphi believes that the acquisition of Cortina will help the company become a leader in the interconnect sector, said Inphi president and chief executive Ford Tamer.
Some are open in the winter but their popularity has helped make Cortina just as much a summer destination.
Yet its legacy is ever-Y present in the mountains around Cortina and, although poignant, adds another dimension to a town.
There were 15 companies--and thus almost all current Cortina print shops--present in Mulheim.