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COSTAR

[kō′stär]
abbreviation for COmputer STored Ambulatory Record system, a system that creates and stores electronic patient records, including medical history, physical examination information, laboratory reports, diagnosis, and treatments.
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SOUNDBITE (English) Jose Cuesta, Senior Economist, The World Bank Group:
The northern area of the deposit has a larger resource potential and will provide a longer term target for Cuesta with strip ratios typically between 3 and 6 bcm/tonne.
Tove Berg of Glendale College won the women's race in the WSC championships in Cuesta.
Over the years Kathy has proven to be an excellent asset to Cuesta and we are grateful to have her as such an important part of our team," said Barbara Heitman, group president and metro district manager, Stewart Title of California.
potentially the most controversial of the three, a possibility Cuesta will face head-on when the film opens at strip-mall multiplexes along its titular Long Island Expressway--a pedophile is nearly redeemed as he redirects his seduction scenario to become a positive father figure for Howie.
But the ornate sword, said to date back to the era of shoguns, must be returned to the rightful owner or his heirs, said Cuesta, a 53-year-old civil engineer.
Cuesta's flagship priority project is to fast-track Cuesta from explorer to developer.
Still, what appalls us appalls us, and first-time feature director Cuesta, remarkably talented and thoughtful as he is, does not yet have what it takes to satisfyingly pull off something this difficult.
BUSINESS WIRE)--July 27, 1998--A new searchable online catalog for teachers has been produced by Cuesta Technologies.
Sydney, Australia, Dec 12, 2012 - (ABN Newswire) - Cuesta Coal Limited (ASX:CQC) is pleased to announce that it has, executed a Share Sale Agreement (SSA) to acquire Hannigan & Associates Pty Limited ("Hannigan & Associates") for a total cash payment of $18.
The Monarchs placed third at the Cuesta Invitational men's cross country tournament last week.