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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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The COSE Home-Based Business Network was launched in May of last year and connects arts-based business owners to one another as well as to resources to help members manage and grow their businesses.
5m to transfer ownership of COSE to Minera Triton and will grant PGSA a 1.
Such boundary artifacts can influence the internal solution and are undesirable here as we wish the COSE circulation to merge smoothly into the HY COM reanalysis.
To better understand the differences between L1 and L2 students' perceived CSE, we conducted a multivariate analysis of variance for the five factors of the COSE.
The same model was used for each subscale, replacing COSE composite (mean centered) for each subscale (mean centered).
The purpose was to determine whether differences on the EJI and COSE existed across both groups (i.
The COSE has 37 items to which individuals respond using a 6-point scale that ranges from strongly disagree to strongly agree (Larson et al.
The COSE measures how counselors believe they will behave in a counseling situation.
Now on its 25th year, COSE recently launched a booklet and held a photo exhibit titled "Uliran" by worldclass photographer Ric Rocamora that featured 25 older people selected to reflect the impact of the elderly on the community.
Moore, COSE, Melamed Riley Advertising, Party411, American Limousine, Photography by Tony, Charter One Bank, and First Energy.
It is not uncommon now to find older women experiencing abuse and violence from family members, including being abandoned and forced to live on the streets, says Emily Beridico, Executive Director of COSE.