COAFConselho de Controle de Atividades Financeiras (Portuguese: Financial Activities Control Council; Brazil)
COAFChildren of Alcoholics Foundation
COAFChildren of Armenia Fund (est. 2000)
COAFCapital One Auto Finance
COAFCenter on Addiction and the Family (est. 1982; Phoenix House; Brooklyn, NY)
COAFComplaints Against the FSA (Financial Services Authority; UK)
COAFCooperativa Operai Agricoli-Forestali (Italian: Farm-Forestry Workers Cooperative)
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from 'to smite, cut down, strike, beat, hammer, knock, forge'] The meaning of coaf is unclear.
4) Her send-up of contemporary assumptions about the distracting frivolity of women's writing continues by ironically mentioning other "Employments" assumed to be more appropriate than writing: "I mud hev fund mitch better Employment in a Cuntry Hause, tae mind Milkness, sarra the Coafs, leak hefter Pigs and Hens, spin Tow for Bord Claiths en Sheets, it wod hev been mitch mair sarently then writing Books, a Wark ets fit for nin but Parson et dea" ["I might have found much better Employment in a Country House, minding the milking, servicing the Calves, looking after Pigs and Hens, and spinning Tow for Broad Cloth and Sheets; it would have been much more servant-like than writing Books, a Work that is fit for none but a Minister of God"].
participated in other infrastructure and education projects implemented by COAF in rural schools.
Lottery operators must notify COAF of the names and identifying information of winners of three or more prizes equal to or higher than 10,000 Reais (approximately $5,500) within a 12-month period.
We also encourage the GOB to continue developing the capabilities of COAF, which has the potential to be South America's model for combating financial crimes.
Since 1999, the COAF has issued a series of regulations that require customer identification, record keeping, and reporting of suspicious transactions to the COAF by obligated entities.