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COSS

Common Object Services Specification in CORBA.
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Peter Coss takes issue with recent arguments that the lesser landowners of late Anglo-Saxon, Anglo-Norman, and Angevin England can justifiably be called gentry.
Still, Spitzer says that only eight to 10% of small to medium manufacturers are automated, which provides an opportunity -- and a competitive environment -- for firms like COSS.
So, Coss and Naomie Poran, now president of SemioChem in Raleigh, N.C., checked the California ground squirrels that he had been studying and discovered proteins in their blood that inactivate the venom of Northern Pacific rattlesnakes.
Newman's collection seems more uneven in terms of quality than Coss's, but then Newman has included many newer or less-practiced poets.
Professor Coss shows us that knighthood was not a static class.
COSS has so far supported 800 A-communities in exploring asset transfer.
The couple are blessed with three children -- Kendra (Chris) Coss of Nokomis, Kurt (Casey) Davis of Nokomis, and Kara (Jason) Cummins of Dawson.
Father Oliver Coss used his Sunday sermon at All Saints in Small Heath to accuse the Labour politician of being on a power trip.
Instead of battling labor contractualization as offensive to labor laws, militant and cause-oriented groups claimed the Aquino administration has been found to be using personnel covered by job orders (JOs) and contracts of service (COSs).