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Synonyms for Cora

(Greek mythology) daughter of Zeus and Demeter

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CORA will continue to pursue growth while adhering to its goal of delivering personalized care with respect and consideration for our patients needs.
Cora operates more than 160 clinics in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, and Kentucky.
Cora escapes back to the underground without Caesar.
With both Abi and Lauren's lives hanging by a thread, a furious Cora is expected to confront Max as they wait in hospital for an update on Abi and Lauren.
Cora, agreed to a three-year deal with a team option in 2021.
This ruse works long enough for Cora to get dirty and have a blast outside.
Forced to flee again, Cora embarks on a harrowing journey, state by state, seeking true freedom.
Granddaughter to an African captive, daughter to a runaway, Cora is born to brutality and misery.
Honeywell Building Solutions, which chose Cora as the best fit after evaluating 30 different vendors, is already using Cora for financial control, document management and the consolidation of disparate systems across 51 global sites.
For every month's supply of Cora products sold, a month's supply of sustainable menstrual products is given to a girl in need in a developing country.
Cora checks out the rest of the apartment and finds a stocking-masked perpetrator in the bedroom.
La Grande Dame d'Oltrarno", as Grand Hotel Villa Cora is still called, is an aristocratic Florentine mansion in pure neo-classical style built in 1868 by Baron Oppenheim.
She may have been under the mistaken impression that Lady Cora was seeking a replacement for her.
Cora uPVC Performance Window has given Indian Architects & Builders a plethora of choices & innovations-in-design, never seen before in the Indian fenestration industry.
By contrast, her chaperon, here named Cora Carlisle, is a fusty matron with no capacity for turning heads.