Corail

[train] ==History and design== The acquisition of the Corail coaches was huge investment for SNCF with more than 3,000 carriages ordered, and represented leap in quality of service for French rail passengers. The name Corail, which is also used as a designation of service for trains made up of these carriages, derives from combination of `c...
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Corail

Corail is a variety of apple.
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Corail

coral-colored egg sac, found in scallops, spiny lobster, and crayfish.
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corail

egg sac found in scallops, spiny lobster or crayfish
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