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COSE

Common Open Software Environment. An initiative by Hewlett-Packard, Sun, IBM, Novell, Univel and SCO to move toward consistency and interoperability between Unix suppliers.

COSE

(Common Open Software Environment) Pronounced "cozy." An alliance of major Unix vendors dedicated to standardizing open systems. In 1993, its first specification was the CDE (Common Desktop Environment), a user interface based on Motif. COSE has since disbanded, and CDE is now governed by X/Open.
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Initially, AfterImage will be sold directly from the CoSA Division of Aldus and through a variety of OEM partnerships and direct mail catalogues.
For more information about the CoSA division's product line, contact CoSA, A Division of Aldus, at 411 1st Avenue S, Seattle, WA 98104, 206-628-4526.
Parra led the team in scoring against Cerro Cosa with 20 points and was 8 for 8 at the free-throw line.
Aldus, and the Aldus logo, are registered trademarks, and CoSA and After Effects are trademarks of the Aldus Corp.
CoSA and CoSA After Effects are trademarks of The Company of Science & Art.
CoSA After Effects -- video special effects software with production-house-quality
Net earnings for the first nine months of 1993, exclusive of charges related to the acquisitions of CoSA and After Hours Software, were $7.
CoSA was founded in 1990 to develop computer software for video, animation, and graphic arts professionals.
The COSA IRMS system has been proven to greatly enhance the mission capability for the C-17 through its field performance on new production aircraft delivered from Boeing.
A diario una manzana es cosa sana" dice un proverbio que sigue muy vigente.
Directed by John Gotti to "make sure that only one of you comes out of the operating room breathing" on one hand, yet threatened with ruin by mayor Giuliani on the other, he had to make the choice of a lifetime between loyalty to La Cosa Nostra and adherence to the Hippocratic Oath.
Take El Sueno de una Cosa (The dream of a thing), 2001, comprising a film, the white panels on which the film is projected, and the silence that follows the projection of the film.