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cora

A draped female figure used in architecture; a caryatid.
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Oceania Cruises chose Chef Cora as godmother to Riviera, a role revered for its historic and symbolic value, also in recognition of her many philanthropic efforts to support emergency, educational and hunger-related causes.
I thought I liked Cora, who moved to my neighborhood last summer.
Alwyn used to visit Cora with Grandma Earl in Brougham Street.
Fifteen-year-old Cora Davies, Stena Line's Ready, Steady, Cook champion
MEET Cora the sheepdog - or rather a sheep who thinks she's a dog.
Cora ripped a drive to left-center that scored Lugo; Cora never stopped running and made it to third.
Cora, also sister to Helena and the late Margaret, moved with her family from Canton to Llandaff, before she met her future husband.
I work for the building and safety department of the city of Los Angeles," says Cora, "so I asked my friends there for leads.
A celebration of the Everetts lauded Cora, Tom, and Tomi for their long and devoted service to NCEW at the convention.
We also learn that women like Gwennie, who are victimized, and those like Aunty Cora, who are independent, have less of a stake in adhering to cultural norms, and therefore are more open to difference.
Through a shuttling loom of then-and-now storytelling, Miner re-creates the conviction and banishment of Lear's Cordelia in her contemporary character Cora Casey.