COTD

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AcronymDefinition
COTDColor of the Day
COTDCall of the Dead (gaming)
COTDCard of the Day (gaming)
COTDChart of the Day
COTDClimb out of the Darkness (Postpartum Support International)
COTDCross of the Dutchman (gaming)
COTDClash of the Dragons (card game)
COTDCatch Of The Day
COTDCreatures of the Deep (N-Gage game)
COTDCoaltar of the Deepers (Japan band)
COTDComment of the Day
COTDCity of the Dead
COTDChildren of the Damned
COTDCat of the Day
COTDCity of the Damned
COTDCircle of True Doom
COTDComplete on Time Delivery (shipping)
COTDCustomer of the Day
COTDCache of the Day (geocaching)
COTDCult of the Dolphin
COTDCardiac Output Obtained by Thermodilution
COTDCall Off the Dogs
COTDClan of the Dragon
COTDCotangent of x in Degrees
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In a way, the style of the book emulates the mysterious call of the dead, and a discerning ear is required in order to fully grasp it.
In addition to creating four amazing new multiplayer maps, the Studio has been hard at work on the Zombies front to surpass what we accomplished with Call of the Dead.
The roll call of the dead, injured and unharmed - 54 in all - took half an hour to read out.
Six hours later there will be a mass vigil in Trafalgar Square with a roll call of the dead and poems of remembrance.
The event will include a roll call of the dead and poems of remembrance will be read out.
Presbyterian minister Rev Robert Herron began the service with a poem by a local woman, The Call of the Dead.
The name of the 23-year-old John Fennell does appear, carved in stone on the cenotaph in St Nicolas parish church yard, but unlike others on the monument, is not shown on a restored roll call of the dead nearby.
Many stood in knotted clusters, crying and embracing one another until the roll call of the dead had ended.
For four years Mr Blair has started the weekly questions session with a roll call of the dead in Iraq.
The RMPs' Commanding Officer Lt Col Eddie Forster-Knight read a roll call of the dead men's names.
THE relatives' silence was deafening as, for an hour, they listened to the roll call of the dead.