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co·ri·a

(kō'rē-ă),
Plural of corium.

coria

(kôr′ē-ə)
n.
Plural of corium.

corium

(ko're-um) plural.coria [L., skin] Dermis. See: skin for illus
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Despues de la respuesta de la Defensoria, Coria me envio las convocatorias.
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By contrast to the nightmare Coria experienced towards the end of the match, 25-year-old Gaudio was looking back at a "fairytale match".
Schuettler beat Coria at the Tennis Masters Cup in Houston last November and lost to the Argentine in the second round of the 2002 French Open.
Coria said: "I've won 25 matches in succession on clay but I miss winning big tournaments.
There are even larger Giganotosaurus specimens waiting to be discovered, says Coria, who has found pieces of a second that is bigger than the original.
At his best Coria was probably the finest clay-court player never to win at Roland Garros, coming closest in 2004 when he was cruelly beaten in the final by Gaston Gaudio.
Coria says the products are designed to complement a dermatologist's treatment regimen to restore skin barrier health.
World number one Federer crushed Coria in the first set but inexplicably fell apart in the second.
Coria saved five match points, but Ginepri triumphed 4-6 6-1 7-5 3-6 7-5 in just over three hours.