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COA

(Certificate Of Authenticity) A document that accompanies software which states that it is an original package from the manufacturer. It generally includes a seal with a difficult-to-copy emblem such as a holographic image.
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We stay steadfast", the DG ISPR quoted the COAS as saying in a tweet.
COAS said that ongoing efforts to bring Madaris in fold of mainstream national education system will open avenues for Madaris students to excel in contemporary career streams.
Later COAS also visited position of an infantry formation in Fort Abbas Sector along Eastern Border.
While interacting with officers and troops, COAS appreciated their high morale and said that Pakistan is a peace-loving country and looks forward to peace within and peace without in line with the vision of the father of the nation.
The COAS appreciated the contributions of MPCL towards national economy, especially their plans for diversifying the business and for contributing back to the society in education and sports.
Lieutenant General Tariq Khan (Retired), Managing Director Fauji Fertilizer Company received COAS upon his arrival.
After Chhetri will go on leave, Thapa will takeover the charge of CoAS and after 9 September, Thapa will assume the office as the CoAS.
The assignment of an excessively large value to the most important criterion causes the effect of any other criteria to be negated, and no matter how COAs rank in other criteria, the COA ranking most favorably in the highest-weighted criterion will be recommended.
For the purposes of this article, the term children of alcoholics (COAs) will encompass children living in families where parental or guardian alcohol abuse, dependence, and/or addiction is present.
Since an estimated four to six children in a classroom of 25 students are COAs,[7] all teachers face the problem of helping children who suffer the effects of parental alcoholism.[9] Teachers can and often do play a key role in helping these children.
RAWALPINDI -- Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Wednesday visited Pakistan Ordnance Factories (POF) Wah and Heavy Industries Taxila (HIT).
RAWALPINDI -- General Qamar Javed Bajwa, Chief of the Army Staff (COAS) visited Central Ordnance Depot (COD) Rawalpindi.