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CoA

(biochemistry)

COA

(Certificate Of Authenticity) A document that accompanies software which states that it is an original package from the manufacturer. It generally includes a seal with a difficult-to-copy emblem such as a holographic image.
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The family climate that a COA is raised in is often controlling, which reinforces family members' feelings of powerlessness.
Wire perforation of luminal obstruction at CoA is effective to creating a new lumen, but has been found to have a high incidence of aortic complications such as vessel wall injury or disruption, which needs urgent surgery.
Finally, operational cost should be included as evaluation criteria in the COA comparison.
COA obtained an injunction against Konica shortly before the 1988 Olympics in Calgary.
For further information about COA Solutions' new HCM Portal, contact Chris Box or call +44(0)1582 714 810.
Noticia explicativa da folha 15-A, Vila Nova de Foz Coa, Lisboa, Servicos Geologicos de Portugal.
While this COA includes provisions and limitations to preserve the safety and integrity of the national airspace, we'll continue to work with the FAA as Global Hawk's capabilities evole,'' said Col.
21) It also for the first time extended the COA requirement to federal prisoners who file post-conviction motions under 28 U.
This allowed me to address the enemy's most probable COA while maintaining a plan to deal with the dangerous COA if it occured.
Additionally, COA will review and approve Essential Learning's existing crosswalk of their online content to COA's accreditation standards.
The study, from the Berkeley Research Group (BRG) and commissioned by COA, documents that hospitals participating in the 340B program accounted for 58 percent of all Medicare Part B hospital outpatient drug reimbursements in 2013.