COSS

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AcronymDefinition
COSSCertified Occupational Safety Specialist
COSSCommon Object Services Specification
COSSConsuls
COSSCommercial Open Source Software (licensing status)
COSSCarotid Occlusion Surgery Study
COSSCooperative Osteosarcoma Study Group
COSSController of Site Safety (UK railway engineering)
COSSController of Site Safety (Named supervisor of work gangs on UK railways)
COSSCommissioner of Social Security
COSSCo-Orbit Support Systems
COSSCentaur Operations at the Space Station (NASA)
COSSCrew On-orbit Support Systems (NASA)
COSSContracts and Other Support Services (Federal Acquisition Regulation)
COSSCustomer Oriented Strategic System
COSSContractor-Operated Storage Sites
COSSColorado Organization of Slalom Skateboarding
COSSCommander's OPSEC Support System
References in classic literature ?
This observation furnished the detective food for thought, and meanwhile the consul went away to his office.
Live here, in Paris," resumed the First Consul, addressing Bartolomeo; "we will know nothing of this affair.
A sigh of joy heaved the vast chest of the Corsican, who held out his hand to the First Consul, saying:--
Consul Lingford exploded, staring horror-stricken at the man whom he had invited to lunch.
The Honorary Consuls provided their insights on cooperation areas to develop.
The 20 Philippine honorary consuls from Europe represent Greece, Germany, Switzerland, Bulgaria, Serbia, Belarus, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, France, Albania, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Croatia and Austria.
Founded in 1902, the CCL equips consuls with knowledge and support about the latest developments in the UK that impact their consular duties.
The Association of Honorary Consuls in Bulgaria was established in 2004 in Sofia and works in cooperation with the European Association of Honorary Consuls, based in Brussels.
It said that Dr Mirza Ikhtiar Baig is the honorary Consul General of Yemen in Sindh and the president of the honorary Consular Corps in the province and Director on the Board of World Federation of Consuls (WFC).
Prince Khaled was speaking during a reception for consuls of 17 Arab, Islamic and friendly countries, at his office in Jeddah recently.
Attending to walk, along with the Beyoy-lu Municipal Mayor Ahmet Misbah Demircan, the consuls from nineteen countries first came to ystiklal Boulevard and placed carnations at explosion site.
Thus, Consul General of Hungary in Kyrgyzstan Henry Balyan; Consul of the Philippines in Kyrgyzstan Dosmir Uzbekov; and Consul of Hungary in Osh region Almazbek Arstanbayev received the legal documents allowing them a right to be enforced in the authority's domain of competence on April 17.