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costa

[′käs·tə]
(biology)
A rib or riblike structure.
(botany)
The midrib of a leaf.
(invertebrate zoology)
The anterior vein of an insect's wing.

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A fuselage frame.
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Costa Rica and the United States belong to a number of the same international organizations, including the United Nations, Organization of American States, International Monetary Fund, World Bank, and World Trade Organization.
Costa Rica will further benefit, as its International Airport will now act as a hub for those commercial airliners not able to land at Costa Esmerald.
* Market size and growth prospects of Costa Rica life insurance market by category
Despite the absence of formal diplomatic relations with Communist countries and unknown to US authorities and even to itself at the time, the Costa Rican government would have an unanticipated connection with the Soviet Union.
"I raised my kids in Seattle so it was hard for me to leave there, but this store has been such a nice adventure," Costa said.
A public vote decides the winner, who will receive GBP3,500 at the Costa Book Awards ceremony, to be held in central London on 28 January, 2014.
The synergy between Le Cesarine and Costa Cruises stems from shared values, such as highlighting the national culinary heritage, the exaltation of 'Italianness' in all its forms, and the commitment of Costa to offer its guests 'like a local' experiences.
It's the first launch since Coca-Cola acquired Costa in January.
Gil said in his match report that Costa twice said to him: 'I s*** on you w*** mother'.
Indian IT companies such as Infosys, Wipro, L&T Infotech, WNS and others are present here and others such as Bajaj Auto and Gravita also have business ties with Costa Rica.