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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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The idea to start her own store came out of nowhere, Costa said, and became her "antidote to being homesick."
Costa Coffee has revealed that two of the shortlisted authors were also shortlisted for last year's competition.
Now, Costa guests cruising on itineraries calling at Civitavecchia/Rome - there will be over a hundred calls at the port of Rome from August 2019 to the end of summer 2020 - can make a booking onboard the ship for an 'ad hoc' private excursion in Rome that includes the experience of Le Cesarine.
Costa Coffee RTD will launch in three variants: Classic Latte, Caramel Latte and Black Americano.
Costa faces a ban of between two and eight games after the direct red he received in Atletico's 2-0 defeat at Barcelona.
"In his first engagement in Costa Rica, VP @MVenkaiahNaidu addressed #IndiaCostaRica Business Forum following a presentation by @comexcr Minister Dyala Jimenez.
Costa Rica generates more than 99% of its electricity from renewable sources, with the vast majority from hydroelectric dams.
The Coca-Cola Company said that it has completed the acquisition of Costa Limited from Whitbread PLC.
The Coca-Cola Company has reached a definitive agreement to acquire Costa Limited, which was founded in London in 1971 and has grown to become a major coffee brand around the world.