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COSS

Common Object Services Specification in CORBA.
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The twin arrests of El Coss and El Gordo are major blows for the Gulf Cartel, thought to be Mexico's third most powerful criminal organisation.
The scenarios from the CoSS were replaced with sport-specific scenarios of a similar nature.
This area has become so important to the way we fight," Coss said.
Reflecting industry consolidation and the addition of several large participants over the past five years, the average portfolio size of the firms in the COSS sample grew to 818, 249 loans in 2003 from 380,671 in 1999.
To supplement such conversations, though not to substitute for them, we present here a summary of the wisdom offered by former COSs in extensive interviews.
Still, Spitzer says that only eight to 10% of small to medium manufacturers are automated, which provides an opportunity -- and a competitive environment -- for firms like COSS.
Many people don't realize the time, money and responsibility it takes in feeding, cleaning and caring for pet birds, said Coss, who was selling bird health food and who also helps find homes for neglected or abused birds.
Coss remembers seeing an adult female fail to flip out of the way fast enough and take a full strike from a rattlesnake.
What then can we conclude about the position of women in late Anglo-Saxon (or, as Coss says, "more correctly Anglo-Danish England").
The Big Data analytics were carried out using Biovista's COSS technology.
And now Small Heath priest Oliver Coss has penned his very own PRAYER for his relegation-threatened club.
Subs: MJ Tierney (0-2, 1 '45), C Healy for D Strong (43), C Kelly for C Coss (48), P McMahon for K Meaney (56).