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coste

(kəʊst)
vb (tr)
an obsolete word for coast
References in classic literature ?
At ten o'clock in the morning the Sieur de la Coste, ensign in the king's Guards, followed by two officers and several archers of that body, came to the city registrar, named Clement, and demanded of him all the keys of the rooms and offices of the hotel.
Gulf Air's chief commercial officer Vincent Coste said: "We are happy to resume our flights to Salalah as we cater to the summer demand for this sought-after destination.
Lee then turned the tables in the second round pinning Aoki in the corner with a blistering striking display prompting referee Olivier Coste to stop the match 51 seconds into the round.
Vincent Coste, Gulf Air Chief Commercial Officer commented, "As the proud national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain, it is fitting that we use this platform to showcase a key element of our latest premium Gulf Air product offering.
Directed by Nathanael Coste and Marc de la Menardiere
Katara General Manager Dr Khalid bin Ibrahim al Sulaiti and Thierry Coste, French Presidential Advisor for Hunting Affairs on Thursday discussed ways to develop bilateral cooperation in culture and heritage.
Thierry Coste receiving a memento from Dr Khalid bin Ibrahim al-Sulaiti yesterday.
Descripcion de costes: Se analiza el comportamiento de costes, sin considerar las alternativas ni consecuencias; por ejemplo estudios de coste por enfermedad.
Esta comprobado que ser portador de un cateter para HD se asocia a un aumento de la morbi-mortalidad (4) y que las complicaciones que las complicaciones de este AV son la primera causa de ingreso hospitalario, lo que supone un elevado coste para el sistema sanitario.
"We are indeed very proud to increase our frequencies to South Africa to cater for the growing number of our customers who travel between Nairobi and Cape Town," Kenya Airways Chief Commercial Officer, Vincent Coste said.