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cortina

In Spanish, literally, a curtain. In Spanish architecture or its derivatives, corbeled stonework directly below a balcony or windowsill.
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Italy last hosted the Winter Olympics in 2006 in Turin while Cortina staged the Winter Games back in 1956.
"This most likely came from the final jump on the first training run in Cortina, but it's hard to know for sure," Vonn added.
The final production model of the Cortina was the Crusader special edition, right, which was available as a 1.3-litre, 1.6-litre, and 2.0-litre saloons or 1.6-litre and 2.0-litre estates.
The reference platform integrates Quantenna's QSR5G-AX 802.11ax Wi-Fi and Cortina's CA7742 10G multi-service gateway processor to support delivery of multi-gigabit broadband services that can be distributed throughout subscribers' homes.
Adela Cortina observa, em Etica Minima (prefacio as edicoes sexta e setima), que o liberalismo politico de John Rawls, o II Parlamento das Religioes Mundiais (reunido em Chicago no ano de 1993) e o Michael Walzer de Thick and Thin: Moral Argument at Home and Abroad (que descobre, nesta obra publicada em 1994, as possibilidades de alguns minimos universais) convergem para a ideia de minimos eticos ou minimos de justica (CORTINA, 2001b, p.
But she managed to flee in the 1980/81 Cortina to her mum's home in nearby Lilliesleaf, Roxburghshire, and phoned police.
When Maria became pregnant with our first daughter Siobhan I realised it was time to trade in the two seater sports car for something sensible so I got a Lotus Cortina. It went like the proverbial.
The Honda drivers of Matt Neal and Gordon Shedden will race a car they both co-own, a Ford Lotus Cortina. Andy Priaulx will be in a BMW 1800 TiSA, while his WSR team-mate, Sam Tordoff, will compete in a Fiat 1500S Abarth.