COSAS

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COSAS

(ˈkəʊˌzæs)
n acronym for
(Education) Congress of South African Students
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Le conto de las estrellas amarillas que su madre se habia visto obligada a coser en sus abrigos.
Mihai Coser said Charles is "more Romanian than many Romanians".
Mihai Coser said that Charles is "more Romanian than many Romanians".
puede coser las alas de un angel coser todos los misterios por [mandato o por escrito, vaciar el aire maldito [y la pequena mina, destejer el arco iris.
Harrogate camped on Stour's line during the opening exchanges and were rewarded after five minutes when flanker Guy Coser crashed over after capitalising on a well won scrummage ball for full back Charles Morgan to convert.
O'Grady's, on Queen Street, was found to have sold short measures of Captain Morgan white rum - with owner Janet Margaret Coser, 51, of Newcomen Terrace, fined PS200.
This was followed five minutes later with a yellow card for North No 8 Oliver Robinson, followed by yet another catch and drive from the lineout and flanker Coser replicating his brother's earlier try.
This group included many important and highly influential thinkers in a wide variety of fields, including such well-known figures as Albert Einstein, Hannah Arendt, Herbert Marcuse, Leo Szilard, Leo Strauss, Paul Lazarsfeld, John von Newmann, Erich Fromm, and Karen Horney (Jay 1970; Coser 1984; McClay 1994).
Es que, sabe usted, en la cancha "cualquier integrante del futbol federado" puede coser a puntapies a sus rivales, partirle una ceja de un golpe de cabeza o dejarlo sin nariz con un buen codazo.
It was observed that the lack of parental knowledge and limited options for a cleaning of the oral cavity led to a poor quality teaching on brushing, resulting in a large number of children with decayed tooth, especially in the occlusal surface, a result analogous to Coser et al.
Mientras que, la segunda fase hace referencia a los resultados hallados en la primera, por medio de la reconstruccion semiotica del concepto conflicto social a partir de Lewis Coser y Ralf Dahrendorf.