COSAS

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COSAS

(ˈkəʊˌzæs)
n acronym for
(Education) Congress of South African Students
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The project will aid CoSA sites in 14 communities across the country to help offenders accept accountability and responsibility for their actions as they complete their sentences and return to the community.
Hacer una cosa y no un objeto, esto no implica si hace o no piezas objetuales, la cuestion es algo mas compleja.
Cosa is certain that the fullness of life can only be realized through peace based on social justice.
Nunca se habia visto cosa igual en el mundo digital.
No se trata de cosa real en la acepcion de cosa allende la aprehension, sino de lo aprehendido mismo en la aprehension pero en cuanto esta aprehendido como algo que es "en propio".
Se voglio scrivere per prendere una posizione chiara, cosa faccio: scrivo un articolo, faccio una manifestazione.
gov/usao-sdny/pr/manhattan-us-attorney-charges-46-leaders-members-and-associates-several-organized-crime) 46 leaders, members and affliates of the La Cosa Nostra have been charged with racketeering conspiracy, arson, illegal trafficking in firearms, and conspiracy to commit assault in aid of racketeering.
Carabinieri police colonel Riccardo Sciuto said the builders had made deals with the Cosa Nostra, enabling them to win public contracts "at the expense of honest businessmen".
Cosa Nostra, along with the Calabrian 'Ndrangheta and the Camorra around Naples, has long plagued Italy, and in recent years their activity has spread to northern cities from their southern heartland.
Se trata nuevamente del encuentro entre dos cuerpos que dejara como saldo el debilitamiento de uno y la fortaleza del otro, la progresiva desintegracion de Ana y el triunfo material de La Cosa.
COSA were first introduced to England in 2001 by the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) and in 2002 were developed via two government-funded three year pilot projects: Circles South East (formally Thames Valley/Hampshire), and the Lucy Faithfull Foundation, a third-sector child protection charity.