COSA


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AcronymDefinition
COSACity of San Antonio (Texas)
CoSACouncil of State Archivists
CoSACircles of Support and Accountability
COSACodependents of Sex Addicts
COSACommittee on Sustainability Assessment (international consortium)
COSACost-of-Service Analysis
COSACo-Sex Addicts Anonymous (Minneapolis, MN)
COSACity of Santa Ana (California)
COSACarbon Monoxide Safety Association (Eastlake, CO)
COSACoordinator of Student Activities
COSACasualties of Sexual Allegations
COSACompany of Science & Art
COSAClustering Objects on Subsets of Attributes
COSAChildren of Substance Abuse
COSACommunications Open System Architecture
COSACentral Ontario Soaring Association
COSACorps Service Area
COSACombat Operational Support Aircraft
COSACoptic Orphans Support Association (Falls Church, VA)
CoSAComputational Social Aggregation
COSACourt of Special Appeals (Maryland)
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Hace plantillas a escala real para colocarle tablas a medida y asi convertir la mesa en otra cosa.
Tampoco debe entenderse lo que dice Zubiri en el sentido epistemologico de otra variante del realismo ingenuo de que, con la aprehension primordial de realidad, ya supieramos lo que la cosa es en realidad.
Tutt'altra cosa e il saggio: il saggista deve prendere posizione, allora fa il giudice.
Sin embargo, La Cosa la obliga a comer las legumbres de la tradicion indigena, a incorporar lo ordinario, un objeto no agraciado que ella devora con voracidad irrefrenable a traves del monstruo que la posee.
While many voluntary and charitable organisations depend on receiving contracts from Community Rehabilitation Companies, COSA will work mainly with the National Probation Service and its partner agencies, and may be able to attract into volunteering those who may resist doing so for charities contracted by for-profit organisations; a previous study found that COSA volunteers "prefer working for charities rather than the private sector, if unpaid" (Thomas et al.
COSA N A NOSTRA (Sicily) A (Sicily) The original and most notorious Mafia gang, founded in the 19th century with strict rituals and codes.
In 1992-1993, Cosa Nostra waged a deadly bombing campaign targeting
El Tribunal declaro, en particular, que el efecto del traslado de la propiedad del bien como resultado de la aceptacion de la solicitud de ejecucion, de forma especifica de la obligacion de celebrar un contrato, solo se produce en el momento del pasaje de la sentencia a cosa juzgada.
Juany Murphy, from Otra Cosa Network, said: "e families reached by our projects are living on less than $1 a day and in many cases have also experienced the loss of a child.
London, May 13 ( ANI ): Italy's former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi's involvement with the Sicilian Mafia Cosa Nostra has been confirmed by the country's Supreme Court judges.
Grounded in the tenets of the restorative justice philosophy, the COSA model attempts to help sex offenders successfully reenter the community and, thus, increase public safety by providing them with social support by meeting their employment, housing, treatment and social needs.
He is wanted in Italy to serve a seven-year jail term for his role as "a man of honour" in mafia group Cosa Nostra, collecting bribes from builders in Trabia near Palermo.