Coro


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Co·ro

 (kôr′ō)
A city of northwest Venezuela near the Caribbean Sea east-northeast of Maracaibo. It was founded in 1527 by the Spanish, who mortgaged it to a German banking house from 1528 to 1546.
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No primeiro, durante os creditos, ouvimos o inicio do Kyrie, incluindo a entrada do coro. Nos tres momentos seguintes, apenas a introducao instrumental acompanha as caminhadas dos prisioneiros.
The visitors looked as if they would go on and win the game as they continued to press Manu Herrera's goal, but Coro got his second goal with little more than a quarter of an hour remaining.
Coro holds a 15% non-operated interest in the project while Empyrean holds an 8.5% interest.
local government and our Bantay Dagat (sea patrol) team,' Coro said.
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