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cob

1
1. a male swan
2. a thickset short-legged type of riding and draught horse

cob

2, cobb
an archaic or dialect name for a gull esp the greater black-backed gull (Larus marinus)

cob

[käb]
(mining engineering)
To chip away waste material from an ore, using hand hammers.

cob

A mixture of straw, gravel, and unburnt clay; used esp. for walls.

chip on board

A bare chip that is mounted directly onto the printed circuit board (PCB). After the wires are attached, a glob of epoxy or plastic is used to cover the chip and its connections. The tape automated bonding (TAB) process is used to place the chip on the board. See tape automated bonding.


Chip On Board
The bare chip is adhered and wire bonded to the board, and an epoxy is poured over it to insulate and protect it. For illustrative purposes only, this picture shows a clear epoxy. (Image courtesy of Joseph Fjelstad.)









Side View
This side view shows how the wires connect the chip to the printed circuit board (PCB). (Image courtesy of Joseph Fjelstad.)
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She asked for more time to look into the CoB report
and Canada, and in 1906, an American Welsh Pony & Cob Society was founded.
In announcing the provisional suspensions on October 6, the IOC said it cut off"payments and subsidies" to the COB in a decision which does not affect Brazilian athletes.
To confirm Vice-President Paulo Wanderley Teixeira as the new COB President for the remainder of the term; and
Drought had a slight but a significant negative effect on cob length, cob diameter and grain rows per cob under both green house and field conditions.
The current research contributes to the body of extant literature by demonstrating that favorable COB image will encourage more prestige value, social self-expressive value, inner self-expressive value, but less uniqueness value; the interaction between COB image and self-expressive value (including social self-expressive value and inner self-expressive value) will be reinforced for consumers with promotion focus; COB effect functions significantly in luxury symbolic consumption when brands are strongly linked to the COB.
As a final farewell Mr Court asked some of the most notable Welsh Cob studs, who had been regular supporters over those many years, to send something special for sale.
We believe time-based vesting is appropriate because the Executive COB role is often more advisory in nature, rather than contributing to operational decisions that impact long-term financial performance.
Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R., August 20, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Today, EconoLux Industries Limited (a Hong Kong registered company), is pleased to announce the introduction of the world's first LED, 100 watt, COB, "LED grow light on a chip," that offers a 90% to 95% match to the PAR curve, while producing high PAR of 3.36 to 3,47 PPFD/Watt (depending on model).
Hycorn-984, Hycorn-11+, Afgoy produced cob girth of 5.80.09, 5.90.03, 5.60.04 cm; cob weight 82.90.61, 79.00.42, 73.40.85 g; grains/cob 176.43.73, 167.44.81, 157.22.29; grain weight/plant 171.02.55, 171.22.42, 145.02.14g and grain yields of 3152.733.11, 3140.028.10, 2483.330.00 kg ha-1, respectively.