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- n. A person from Costa Rica or of Costa Rican descent.
- adj. Of, from, or pertaining to Costa Rica.
- adj. Of or pertaining to the people, language, or culture of Costa Rica.
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- adj. of or relating to Costa Rica or its people
- n. a native or inhabitant of Costa Rica
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Costa Rica accuses Nicaragua of violating international law by putting troops on Costa Rican territory for a dredging project to build a canal.
Costa Rica went to the court last year claiming Nicaragua illegally sent troops and engineers into Costa Rican territory to dredge part of the river.
Well, apparently you should also avoid snorting a gallon of bacteria-laden Costa Rican river water.
The home side doubled their lead just before half-time in the Costa Rican capital when Joel Campbell was given too much space on the right and curled a fine left-foot effort past Casillas from distance.
First stop: Irazu, a Costa Rican restaurant off the Western Blue Line stop in Bucktown.
First stop: Irazu, a Costa Rican restaurant in Bucktown.
At the same time, Colombia's foreign ministry took up the issue with the Costa Rican government, which vowed to co-operate to help stop the practice by ships registered under its flag.
The divers counted a total of 10 fishing boats, which all were flying the Costa Rican flag.
Previous attempts to give away the objects to Costa Rican and American museums were unsuccessful.
A veritable grandfather of Costa Rican politics, Arias proved to be no great admirer of Fidel Castro or Hugo Chávez.