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cocco

(ˈkɒkəʊ)
n
(Plants) the tuber of the taro plant
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The One Huawei community started out by gathering fellow Huawei fans and users, sharing tips and tricks as well as answering FAQs between them, according to founders/community moderators Cocco de Leon and Rye de Jesus.
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But dance partner Flavia apologised to the audience ("especially the ladies") with a sweet charm that couldn't fail to win hearts, and he was ably replaced by understudies Pasquale La Rocca and Leonel Di Cocco.
The quakes were probably a continuation of seismic activity that began in August, Massimiliano Cocco from Italy's National Institute of Geophysics and Vulcanology told the Corriere della Sera newspaper.
The three quakes, about two hours apart, damaged several buildings, including Campi's late 14th century church, and were probably a result of August's seismic break, Massimiliano Cocco from Italy's National Institute of Geophysics and Vulcanology told the Corriere della Sera newspaper.
El subgrupo de Marta Cocco trabajo sobre textos de Lautremont y mas tarde incursiono en intervenciones de teatro de calle.
Ruvettus pretiosus Cocco, 1833, is commonly known as oilfish, escolar, escolar clavo or escolar rasposo, and is a benthopelagic species occurring in coastal marine waters at depths of 100-700 m in the Mediterranean and the Atlantic Ocean south of Bay of Biscay, commonly found near Madeira and the Canaries (Grey, 1953).
Cocco sensibly positions Vesuvius scientific reports throughout the early modern historical and literary context from the historian point of view to the expression of human attitudes in connection with nature.
Non fermentative Gram negative bacilli and cocco bacilli.
Roughly half of the executives surveyed recognise the risk that the supply of new properties will increase at a faster rate than demand, leading to a situation of oversupply and a decline in prices, and favour greater restrictions on construction as a way to mitigate this risk," said Cocco.