Coto


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Coto

A Spanish measure of length approximately equivalent to 4.1 inches. It is largely obsolete.
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Coto's visit is part of a tour sponsored by Witness for Peace New England, a regional association whose mission is to support and carry out the work of national Witness for Peace, a politically independent grass-roots organization committed to nonviolence and led by faith and conscience.
In August 1998, a teenaged resident of Coto hosted a party.
Cardinal Venture looked to have stolen a winning lead at the two-furlong marker in El Coto's race, but was caught yards from the line by Compton's Eleven, who then lost out to the McMahon challenger.
El Coto has already proved to be a great recruit to Bryan McMahon's stable.
Project: San Marine, Coto do Caza, Calif.: Sales started: March 2001; Sales through May 2002: 45: Units planned: 45; Price: $889,000 to $989,000, plus average lot premium of $95000: Unit size: 4,709 to 5,989 square feet: Builder: Western Pacific Housing, Irvine, Calif,: Architect: Dawson, Hannouche, Pate, Irvine: Interior merchandiser: Klang & Associates, San Diego: Landscape architect: SJA Inc., Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif.
The impetus for this unique program came from an MBA student named Patricia Coto, a contracts manager at Tucson Electric Power Company who made the connection between a software program she was using on the job and the flexibility it would offer if used in her advanced-degree training.
Then maybe you should tango on down to the Coto store outside Buenos Aires, a 140,000-square-foot hypermarket gigante that sports 86 checkouts, a bowling alley and a General Cinema operation.
Michael Dubes writes on investments from Coto de Gaza, Calif.