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corium

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(anatomy)
(invertebrate zoology)
Middle portion of the forewing of hemipteran insects.
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Este semanario le solicito a Coria una entrevista via internet:
The Coria transaction will add several marketed dermatology products to Valeant's portfolio, including the CeraVe(R) Skin Care Line, Cloderm(R) Cream for the treatment of dermatoses, Akne-Mycin(R) and Atralin(TM) for the treatment of acne, and Salex(R) for the treatment of hyperkeratotic skin disorders, as well as Tetrix(TM) Cream for the treatment of hand dermatitis which is expected to be launched later this year.
However, he also manages to draw from Coria a performance that never reduces Beto to an object of pity: If anything, he is a gruff, somewhat ornery character, with few social graces, whose independence has become virtually an obsession, especially as he has been living on borrowed time for so long.
I'm back and I'm really eager to be on the tour," said Coria.
After dispensing with Spanish coach Jose Higueras and Argentinian Horacio de la Pena, Coria believes Gumy is the right man.
But the Brit showed no illeffects from the magnesiumdeficiency problems which had dogged his preparation for this end-of-season event as he shut out Coria with superior serving and extra snap at the net, on his way to a 6-2 6-2 victory.
Nalbandian did reach the Wimbledon final in 2002, but French Open runner-up Coria has never won a match at Wimbledon in two attempts.
Coria is currently the world No 3 and few, even now, will dispute he is the king of clay after winning 48 of his last 50 matches on the surface.
Coria is currently the world No3 and few, even now, will dispute he is the king of clay after winning 48 of his last 50 matches on the surface.
The Swiss ace ended Coria's magnificent run of 31 victories on clay in the Hamburg Masters final and now tops the Rolland Garros betting at 3-1(Totalbet) with Coria 10-3 (Victor Chandler).
Argentine Coria, the second seed, extended his 30-match winning streak on clay, but had to battle for nearly two hours to beat Croatian Ivan Ljubicic 3-6 6-1 6-4.
GUILLERMO CORIA marched into his second straight final at the Monte Carlo Masters yesterday after defeating Marat Safin 6-4 1-6 6-3.