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cora

A draped female figure used in architecture; a caryatid.
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The Cora project envisages they will become so common that "air travel will be woven into our daily lives."
New Zealand-based Soul Machines provides the technology required for the Cora digital human, the report added.
In the 60m hurdles Cora finished in 11 secs, followed by debut hurdler Erin in 13.43.
Cora escapes back to the underground without Caesar.
Cora Anne admitted she is worried about seeing herself on television but said her mother works in Tesco and has spread the word far and wide.
This meant picking up any changes in Cora's clinical situation that needed attention, and starting to think about what interventions were required.
This ruse works long enough for Cora to get dirty and have a blast outside.
But in Ridgeway, with a slavecatcher haunted by his failure to catch Cora's runaway mother, the dark past is never far away, and Cora must run north, where trees drip with lynchings.
The exact terms of the deal were not disclosed, according to Cora Systems CEO Philip Martin.
For every month's supply of Cora products sold, a month's supply of sustainable menstrual products is given to a girl in need in a developing country.
In her first track race Cora was not remarkable at all.