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cog

1. any of the teeth or projections on the rim of a gearwheel or sprocket
2. a gearwheel, esp a small one

cog

[käg]
(design engineering)
A tooth on the edge of a wheel.
(electricity)
A fluctuation in the torque delivered by a motor when it runs at low speed, due to electromechanical effects. Also known as torque ripple.

cog

In a cogged joint, the solid portion which is left in a timber after it has been notched.
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Step 1: Determine Whether Identifying and Attacking a COG Is Appropriate for the Type of War We Are Going to Wage
COG was fortunate to have achieved a very important element of emergency response just days before the September 11 terrorist attack.
What we need, like Cog, is a way of connecting and integrating them while each maintains its own intelligence and its own interactivity.
Impaired balance is the result of inaccurate information about the position of the COG, inadequately executed movements to bring the COG to a balanced position, or a combination of both.
My proposal modernizes the COG concept, thus making it relevant for 21st-century conflict while meeting the doctrinal intent of providing a powerful analytical planning tool.
The COG goal of making it possible for both the houses of Congress to be controlled by appointed members is a radical and dangerous proposition.
His statement that "destruction would have the most decisive impact on the enemy's or one's own ability to accomplish a given military objective" ties COG directly to the objective and also specifies that a COG exists for both the enemy and oneself.
I am confident that under the continued leadership of Wayne Presby, the Mount Washington Cog Railway will continue to prosper and be a major economic engine for the White Mountains.
By the early 21st century, the ADF joint approach to COG analysis had become better developed.
Military theorists and planners have been debating ad nauseam whether the COG denotes the strongest point of the adversary or his weakest.
8220;I'm sure that COG as a 2012 Award Winner is a reflection of the hard work of not only yourself, but of the many people that have supported you and contributed to the subsequent success of your company.
According to the report, developed by creative advertising agency Wieden+Kennedy, the ad shows a cog rolling gently down a wooden plank, knocking into a larger cog.