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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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5) The nature of these operations has meant that COG analysis often had to be applied more flexibly than the JMAP doctrine seemed to intend (for example, by being applied to nonadversarial actors within an area of operations).
How do we apply the concept, whether in terms of COG or 'point of effort' to non-state, trans-national actors and groups that have shown remarkable, protean resilience at surviving the application of force, even when such application has been targeted and selective and even degraded their leadership?
Are not required to be included in the taxpayer's COGS.
Instead, he advises tracing the full weight (Gewicht) of the enemy's force (Macht) to as few COGs as possible.
Larry Robertson, bishop of the diocese of Yukon and a member from the ecclesiastical province of British Columbia and Yukon, argued for what he called more leadership from CoGS on the issue.
JP 5-0 states that planners should analyze COGs within a framework of three critical factors: critical capabilities, critical requirements, and critical vulnerabilities.
Technical or Administrative questions must be submitted in writing to COG Contract and Procurement Analyst Jalene Duressa at jduressa@mwcog.
In no instance will COGS for franchise tax reporting purposes equal the amount used for federal income tax reporting purposes or for financial accounting purposes.
The "100% Range" column shows the entire range of reporte COGs expenditures; the "50% Range" column shows expenditures reported by the middle 50% of companies in the category.
In arguing that "tactical, operational, and strategic centers of gravity are differentiated; each center of gravity is related to the corresponding military objective to be accomplished," Vego clarifies that COGs exist at each level of war and are tied to specific objectives tasked to each level of war.
At the same time, however, CoGS said that while it is legally obliged by General Synod 2013's Resolution C003 to send the same-sex marriage motion to General Synod 2016, it has also considered "the possibility of other options.