cora


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Acronyms, Wikipedia.

cora

A draped female figure used in architecture; a caryatid.
References in periodicals archive ?
CORA also announced the recent acquisition of multiple facilities in Georgia and North Carolina.
Distraught about what's happened, Cora angrily blames Max for everything and slaps him round the face," the official EastEnders press release reveals.
I am extremely honored and humbled to be named manager of the Boston Red Sox and I want to thank Dave [Dombrowski], John Henry, Tom Werner, and Sam Kennedy for giving me such a tremendous opportunity," said Cora in a statement.
As the crocodile wisely asks Cora, what kind of life is one with no trouble?
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.
We're changing the way that women spend the days of their period, from the most practical level to a level of more intimate understanding, while also inspiring a commitment to other women," says Cora founder Molly Hayward.
Inaugurated when Florence was the capital of the Kingdom of Italy, Villa Cora has become throughout the years one of the major cultural and cosmopolitan symbols of Florence.
Was O'Brien wracked with guilt and fearful that Lady Cora would leave this world without knowing the truth and therefore never be in a position to grant Miss O'Brien absolution?
The highest quality uPVC products have been used in the fabrication of Cora Performance Window making them perfect for Indian climate and building styles.
Cora begins The Chaperone with quaint, even smug thoughts about racial integration, wifely submissiveness and maidenly virtue.
AS little Braveheart Cora Speirs nestles in her mother's arms you could be forgiven for thinking her family had just stepped off the set of an epic movie.