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Synonyms for costa

a riblike part of a plant or animal (such as a middle rib of a leaf or a thickened vein of an insect wing)

any of the 12 pairs of curved arches of bone extending from the spine to or toward the sternum in humans (and similar bones in most vertebrates)

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Asked to comment on the new case filed, Attorney-general Costas Clerides said that, while investigation of both cases relating to the BoC was based on the CySEC report, the police conducted a full and diligent investigation of both cases from scratch.
Costas Tyres currently employs 10 staff (two of which have been created directly from MSIF investment) and last year's turnover reached PS400,000.
Sources say Tulisa and Costas have had several dates after being introduced by pals: "They really hit it off.
We see Costas recite obscenely complex patterns of words and numbers using complicated yet naturalistic mnemonics but it is the way Brook's work manages to resonate with multifaceted audiences which serves as the most awe-inspiring part of the night.
Costas spoke with Business Today onboard a Lineage 1000E, its largest executive jet, parked in Hyderabad for the India Aviation 2014 event, jointly organised by the ministry of civil aviation and the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry.
NBC said that ''Today'' host Matt Lauer was to sub for Costas one last time on NBC's Sunday night telecast, and that Costas is preparing for his return in prime time today.
Costas Tsielepis & Co Ltd, Chartered Accountants, is a member of the Tsielepis Group of Companies, which has been providing tax, business consulting, corporate, accounting and auditing services to clients in Cyprus and abroad since 1978.
Costas, who is a DJ in Glasgow, said: "Lewis has never ever done anything like this before.
Like Costas, Whitlock began his editorial focused on football, the fans, players, coaches, and hierarchy, but then he concluded the piece by blaming guns and America's "gun culture" for Perkins and Belcher's deaths, attacking "the absurdity of the prevailing notion that the second amendment somehow enhances our liberty rather than threatens it," and suggested that the right to bear arms could never protect us from a government willing to nuke us.
NBC's Bob Costas fumbled his attempt to lecture the nation on firearms and "our current gun culture" during his halftime commentary on Sunday Night Football Dec.
The game marks the first time in 2012 that Costas and Kaat will call an MLB game and the start of the fourth season that Costas and Kaat have called games together for MLB Network.
Developer Donald Trump, who spent weeks courting the fringes of American politics in a possible presidential bid, stuck to real estate last night in brief remarks at the premier of a documentary produced by The Real Deal about the prolific and aging New York architect Costas Kondylis.
TEENAGER Margaret Pierides was found dying and her wealthy father Costas dead beside her yesterday after a family argument exploded into horror.
Stocksfield Avenue Primary has an assistant from Cyprus, called Costas Constantinou, who has been helping to teach the children about the traditional customs in his country.
Award-winning architect Costas Kondylis announced the launch of a new enterprise, Costas Kondylis Design LLC.