Corse


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Synonyms for Corse

an island in the Mediterranean

a region of France on the island of Corsica

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Corse becomes excited as we move around the painting; one moment she is encouraging me to look at it from the side, at which angle the vertical bands and the brushstrokes seem to disappear completely, and then a moment later to join her near the window.
La Corse a ete le premier departement francais libere et c'etait par l'engagement particulier des goumiers (soldats de l'Armee d'Afrique engages par la France) marocains", a rappele le ministre francais qui s'exprimait lors d'une conference de presse organisee a l'aeroport international de Rabat-Sale.
The Gallardo LP 570-4 Squadra Corse boasts a dry weight of 1340 kilograms, 70 less than the already lean Gallardo LP 560-4, which gives the Squadra Corse a stunning power-to-weight ratio of 2.35 kilograms per hp for breathtaking performance.
With regard to the canonical novels, Corse's findings generally support those of cultural nationalists.
At the heart of Corse's book are three chapters describing and comparing the formation of canons of classic novels in the USA and Canada.
However the lead soon changed when the Aston Martin made a pitstop and the AF Corse Ferrari took the lead with Gianmaria Bruni back in the cockpit of the 458, with the Italian holding a 22 second advantage as the race entered the final stages.