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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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LAPPING IT UP Z Gordon Shedden and Matt Neal in their Ford Lotus Cortina.
Cortina, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, who found that 71% of workers surveyed have been insulted, demeaned, ignored, or otherwise treated discourteously by their coworkers and superiors.
KBA, which is the global market leader in newspaper presses with a share of approximately 33 percent, is hoping that the Cortina will account for 30 percent to 40 percent of its sales to the newspaper sector within 10 years.
The Cortina offers a full beverage and a light snack bar as well.
Since I'd given my driver Seng the rest of the day off, I'd have to take the Cortina, but that was okay.
Of his plans, Cortina, 71, said, "I'm going to try to stay retired.
ClariPhy and Cortina worked with a leading provider of metropolitan networking equipment to test the solution.
By finalizing the Cortina acquisition, weachieve an important milestone on our path to becoming the interconnect market leader, said Ford Tamer, President and CEO, Inphi.
The CES demo will showcase multichannel transcoding via the Zenverge ZN200 and Cortina CS7542 digital home service delivery platform technologies to distribute video to six client devices.
Engineer Frank Sheach has agreed to sell his treasured 1981 Mark Five Cortina - with just 93 miles on the clock - for pounds 18,000.
Cortina, which staged the 1956 Winter Olympics, was a playground for the rich long before 007 was pursued down its ski slopes by thugs on spike-wheeled motorbikes in 1981's For Your Eyes Only.
The northern Italian firewater, distilled from grape skins, has a multitude of flavours, the Cortina brew seasoned with cumin.