Corsica

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Synonyms for Corsica

an island in the Mediterranean

a region of France on the island of Corsica

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Following the spreading of major forest fires in Corsica, France made a request for fire-fighting aircraft through the European Commission's Monitoring and Information Centre (MIC), an organ of the Community mechanism for civil protection.
As Captain in the United States Army, he supervised the handling, storage, loading, and inspection of ordnance material used by a fighter-bomber squadron in operations in Egypt, Africa, Italy, Corsica, France and Germany.
ITALY/FRENCH RIVIERA Spirit of Adventure (0800 300 432) offers 14-night cruise from pounds 1,689 ex-Barcelona July 26 to Menorca, Tunisia, Sardinia, Corsica, France, Monaco and Italy.
Something Special operates in Portugal, the Spanish mainland and islands, Greek islands, Corsica, France, Italy and - new for 2003 - Turkey.
WS), a provider of prepaid transaction processing and electronic point-of-sale (POS) distribution solutions, today announced that IDMO Telecom of Porto-Vecchio, Corsica, France, has purchased and installed its server systems, licensed its transaction processing platform, and has begun purchasing Qxpress 200(TM) POSA (point of sale activation) terminals for the electronic distribution of prepaid services in France.
To the Editor: As members of the French Ministry of Health Working Group on autochthonous urinary schistosomiasis, we read with interest the 2 recently published articles regarding schistosomiasis screening of travelers to Corsica, France (1,2).
Rezidor Hotel Group (STO: REZT), a Belgium-based hotel company, has announced a Radisson Blu Resort & Spa Porticcio (the hotel) in Corsica, France.
Schistosoma haematobium infections acquired in Corsica, France, August 2013.
To the Editor: Since 2014, many cases of urogenital schistosomiasis acquired in Corsica, France, have been described (1-4).