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  • proper noun An uncommon surname originating in Europe, specifically the United Kingdom and Scandinavia.

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Examples

  • Nevertheless, at a place called the Corse of Slakes I advanced boldly and summoned them, in the King's name and at the peril of their lives, to surrender.

    The Dew of Their Youth

  • Corsica, which the French call Corse, is located west of Italy, southeast of France, and north of the island of Sardinia, and is the fourth largest island in the Mediterranean Sea

    ChessBase News

  • The following day it was Noriyuki's turn and, after signing autographs for the many fans that awaited him, he too checked out Ducati's extensive exhibition and was particularly impressed by the Multistrada 1200 and, predictably, by the new "Corse" livery of the 1198S and

    Motorsport.com: WSBK news

  • The Hypermotard 796 e 1100 evo, the new "Corse" liveries for the 1198 S and 1198 R, as well as countless technical and style updates, complete the 2010 line-up of which we are so proud. "

    Motorsport.com: WSBK news

  • Gary Wong studied under Emerson Woelffer and Matsumi Kanemitsu at Chouinard along with some of its most renowned alumni including Al Ruppersberg, Doug Wheeler, Rick Griffin, Mary Corse and Terry Allen, and was a vital part of the shifting dialogue integral to the formation of West Coast postmodernism and surf/skate/rock culture as we know it today.

    Tom Gregory: The Influence of the LA Streets on Art

  • Gary Wong studied under Emerson Woelffer and Matsumi Kanemitsu at Chouinard along with some of its most renowned alumni including Al Ruppersberg, Doug Wheeler, Rick Griffin, Mary Corse and Terry Allen, and was a vital part of the shifting dialogue integral to the formation of West Coast postmodernism and surf/skate/rock culture as we know it today.

    Tom Gregory: The Influence of the LA Streets on Art

  • And if you make it to Cap Corse in the far north, seek out the luscious, lip-smacking dessert muscats, long thought to be the island's crowning glory.

    Budget wine trips in France

  • Gary Wong studied under Emerson Woelffer and Matsumi Kanemitsu at Chouinard along with some of its most renowned alumni including Al Ruppersberg, Doug Wheeler, Rick Griffin, Mary Corse and Terry Allen, and was a vital part of the shifting dialogue integral to the formation of West Coast postmodernism and surf/skate/rock culture as we know it today.

    Tom Gregory: The Influence of the LA Streets on Art

  • Ms. Corse was only 20 when she ventured into lyrically all-white minimalist paintings later to be deliciously complicated by the inclusion of highway-sign reflectivity that make Robert Ryman seem like a Victorian schoolmaster by comparison.

    Laying Claim to Its Place in the Sun

  • That's partly because of the nature of the art—lovingly austere and mystically colorful abstract sculpture and atmospheric environments—and partly because the artists Larry Bell, Mary Corse, Robert Irwin, Craig Kauffman, James Turrell, Doug Wheeler, et al. were so talented.

    Laying Claim to Its Place in the Sun

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