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coif

(formerly in England) the white cap worn by a serjeant at law

COIF

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Fortran with interactive graphic extensions for circuit design, on UNIVAC 1108.

["An Interactive Software System for Computer-Aided Design: An Application to Circuit Projects", CACM 9(13), Sep 1970].
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CCLA is jointly owned by CCLA Executive Directors, The CBF Church of England Investment Fund, The COIF Charities Investment Fund and the Local Authorities' Mutual Investment Trust.
We were extremely impressed with Ian's experience in building and realising value in high-growth companies and his expertise makes him an ideal addition to the COIF team.
Freeze and Shine Super Spray keeps your coif in place on- and offstage.
The Newcastle operation is at the forefront of the region's science and technology sector and manages POC and CoIF, both of which, owing to their success, will now be extended.
CoIF specialises in high growth technology investments between pounds 100k and pounds 1.
The POC fund recently celebrated its 100th investment and the COIF team has completed deals worth more than pounds 16m.
The Coif was set up with money from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and aims to attract a further pounds 28m from co-investors.