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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.
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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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"With an extraordinary operation in the Palermo province, the police have dismantled Cosa Nostra's new 'cupola'," Interior Minister Matteo Salvini said on Twitter.
* By helping sex offenders successfully transition from prison to the community, CoSA prevents individuals from being victims of crime, including sex offenses.
Para Sanzo una cosa, es una imagen no resuelta con una pregunta que no pretende responder.
Cosa, along with all peace-loving Filipinos, therefore, strongly urges the Duterte administration to resume the peace talks to pave the way for a better future for the Filipino people, especially the youth.
Se voglio scrivere per prendere una posizione chiara, cosa faccio: scrivo un articolo, faccio una manifestazione.
The agency's Twitter handle revealed early in the day that those who were arrested were members from four La Cosa Nostra crime collectives, including the Genovese, Gambino, Lucchese and Bonanno families.