corocoro


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corocoro

(ˈkɒrəʊˌkɒrəʊ)
n
(Nautical Terms) a South Asian boat fitted with outriggers
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v=RQ4I_0DP4fc) new trailer for "PokAaAaAeA@m Sun and Moon" was released on Friday, and it did confirm the recent leaks from Japanese magazine CoroCoro.
2003) encontraron que los huevos del corocoro (Haemulon bonariense) fueron esfericos, pelagicos, con un corion transparente, sin proyecciones, totalmente liso, con vitelo uniforme y no coloreado.
In Venezuela, Eni's current production is about 60,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day, coming from the fields of Perla (Eni 50% stake), PetroJunn (Eni 40% stake) and Corocoro (Eni 26%stake).
In Venezuela, ENI owns 26% in the Petrosucre JV (CVP 74%) which operates the Corocoro field, where oil production began in early 2008, and a 19.
ConocoPhillips had planned to bring the 55,000 b/d offshore Corocoro field on stream in Paria Oeste, along with equity partners PDVSA and ENI.
Carmen Gloria Bravo (2008) recuerda las expectativas que genero en empresas mineras como Corocoro que estaban en una dificil situacion economica: <<a principios de 1913, se comenzo a construir tambien el ramal a Corocoro y, asi, la perspectiva de un ferrocarril administrado por Chile hasta el mineral hizo renacer las esperanzas que la Compania resolveria definitivamente sus endemicos problemas de transporte>> (Bravo y otros, 2008: 63).
Using Levine's pattern word list I found only one shift pair of length eight: WILIWILI to COROCORO.
Pomadasys bayanus Jordan y Evermann, 1898; Haemulidae: Roncador (PN, PS, ZN, CA, VC), Ronco (PN, PS, ZN, CA), Corocoro (PN, PS, ZN, CA), Corocoro boquimorada (PN, PS), Roncador de rio del Pacifico (Te).
Sobre algunos productos exportados, podemos agregar que el cobre nativo era traido desde Corocoro (Bolivia), a 190 millas al este de Tacna.
Induccion hormonal al desove y descripcion larval del corocoro Orthopristis ruber Cuvier (Pisces: Haemulidae).
Finally, most collectors are familiar with the long-time occurrence of blocky sixling copper pseudomorphs after aragonite from the Corocoro district, Pacajes Province, La Paz Department--the loose twins resemble coppery, green-stained lug nuts.