COSCA


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COSCAConference of State Court Administrators
COSCAConfederation of Scottish Counselling Agencies (UK)
COSCAConejo Open Space Conservation Agency (Thousand Oaks, CA)
COSCACollaborative Study of Cassava in Africa (agricultural research)
COSCACouncil of Scottish Clans and Associations, Inc.
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Responses to a 2011 survey distributed on the COSCA listserv illustrate the variety of policies on approved media for long-term preservation of case records.
Y asi nos dice que <Cuzco> "viene de cosca, que quiere decir igual o parejo, llano o liso, aplanado o uniformado, allanado o terraplenado, edificado, o edificacion" (cf.
El primer problema podria ser explicado con un sencillo modelo que Hess desarrollo para explicar la formacion de la cosca (personas que dependen directamente del mafioso) que los mafiosos suelen presentar.
All of the COSCA trails are designated as multiuse, meaning they are open to hikers, mountain bikers and equestrians.
Unfortunately, too many principals let these get-togethers slide over time, notes former superintendent Frank Cosca.
In December 2002, the Joint Technology Committee of COSCA adopted as a recommended standard the E-Filing Functional Requirements developed by the National Consortium for State Court Automation Standards.
In an August 2000 joint resolution, CCJ and COSCA declared that "well-functioning drug courts represent the best practice of these [therapeutic justice] principles and methods.
8 km NNE of Cosca, Chile Negro Pabellon Santa Fe District, Dalence (Also called Japo) Prov.
Another example illustrating this was reported by Cosca (1998).
The following night she went Japanese at Mangetsu with her other close amigas, like my cousin Sari Yap, as well as Len Olbes, Sheila Romero and high-school friends Irene Razon and Nini Cosca.