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Coro,

Venezuela: see Santa Ana de CoroSanta Ana de Coro
or Coro
, city (1990 pop. 124,506), capital of Falcón state, NW Venezuela, 7 mi (11.3 km) from the Caribbean Sea, and at the base of the Paraguaná peninsula.
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Coro

 

a city in northwestern Venezuela, near the Caribbean Sea, the administrative center of the state of Falcón. Population, 54,800 (1969). Industry includes food processing, oil refining, and petrochemical production. Coro is also the commercial center of an agricultural region that has grain, coffee, sugarcane, and dairy cattle. It was founded in 1527.

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An elaborate choir, at times almost an independent building, commonly placed to the west of the transept in a Spanish cathedral.
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"There are no wars between us in the gym," insisted Cori. "We help each other.
CORI (q, c) = [[SIGMA].sub.t[member of]q&c] ([d.sub.b] + (1 - [d.sub.b]) x [T.sub.c,t] x [I.sub.c,t]/[absolute value of (Q)] (1)
Pyle, the public records lawyer with Prince Lobel, said he thinks the secretary of state's office gave too much deference to the CORI regulations crafted by state officials and should have instead relied on the actual wording of the state law."It's just an abdication of his responsibilities to interpret the public records law,'' he said.
"The CoRI indexes enable pre-retirees to quickly estimate the annual lifetime income their current savings may generate once they turn 65," Castille said.
Specifically, the CoRI Indexes track the estimated cost of $1 in future, inflation-adjusted lifetime income.
After victory over Cori, Grover's tally of points has reached 2514.
Parc Primary pupils Cailum, eight, and Cori, nine, live with their single father Carl, who was staying at a friend's house at the time of the fire.
This "ban the box" legislation, which amends the anti-discrimination statute in Massachusetts and is part of a greater reform of the Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) law, is intended to provide greater employment opportunities for those with past criminal convictions.