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COGCaught Off Guard (chat/email)
COGChildren's Oncology Group
COGCouncil of Governments
COGChurch of God
COGCenter Of Gravity
COGCulture of Giving (Boulder, CO)
COGChip On Glass
COGCode Officiel Géographique (French: Official Geographic Code)
COGContinuity Of Government
COGCaptain of the Guard
COGConvention d'Objectifs et de Gestion (French: Agreement on Objectives and Management)
COGRepublic of the Congo (ISO Country code)
COGChanging of the Guard
COGGnome Configurator
COGComponent Object Graphics
COGCommodity Grid
COGCentre Opérationnel de la Gendarmerie (French police operational center)
COGCost Of Goods
COGCrazy Old Guy
COGCommonwealth Observer Group (various locations)
COGChild of God
COGCity of God
COGCoke Oven Gas
COGCourse Over Ground
COGComponent Obsolescence Group
COGChemical, Oil and Gas (industry sector)
COGCoalition of Ordered Governments (Gears of War)
COGCity of Glass
COGCouncil of Governors
COGCloud-Optimized GeoTIFF (Geospatial Tagged Image File Format)
COGClinical Outcomes Group (Pottsville, PA)
COGClusters of Orthologous Groups
COGCommodity Grid (Kits)
COGConcours Owners Group (Kawasaki Concours motorcycle)
COGCANDU Owners Group
COGCommunity Organizing Group
COGCentral Ohio Group (insurance)
COGCost of Gain (in feedyards, cost of cattle divided by pounds gained)
COGConvenience Of the Government
COGCognizance Symbol
COGCommunity Oriented Government (various locations)
COGCluster of Orthologous Groups (genetics)
COGClub Omnisports Gargenville (French sports club)
COGCustomer-Owned Goods
COGCranky Old Git
COGCoalition of Organized Governments (Gears of War)
COGCenter of Government
COGCorporal Of the Guard
COGCertificate of Graduation
COGCampaign for Open Government
COGCommander Operations Group (National Training Center, Ft Irwin, CA, USA)
COGCollaborative Operations Group (Disaster Management Interoperability Services DMIS)
COGCanada Organic Growers (organic agriculture association)
COGChief of the Guard
COGCentralized Ordering Group
COGCurrent Operations Group
COGCombined Operations Group
COGCommon Offset Gather (reflection seismology, GPR)
COGCongress of Gamers (conference)
COGCommunion of Gurhal (Phantasy Star Universe)
COGCovenant of the Goddess organization
COGCompliance Order Guidance
COGCommunication and Outreach Action Group
COGCIS Oil and Gas
COGContingency Operations Group
COGCentralized Operations Groups
COGChernobyl Orphan Group (UK)
COGChamber of Gray (Star-Wars forum)
COGCentral Organization Groups
COGCTF Oversight Group
COGColumbia Owners Group
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Defining what a cognate is or is not remains to be a simple task from the student's point of view.
Cognate was created so that companies do not have to balance protecting their trademark rights with the cost and time associated with filing a government registration.
For this reason, and with the intention of shedding some light on the pragmatics underlying English COCs, I will present in the present paper the results of the preliminary, but thorough and exhaustive, analysis I have carried out in the British National Corpus of the four verbal classes that, according to Levin (1993), seem to be potentially compatible with cognate objects in order to prove, first, and in agreement with Mittwoch (1998), that cognate objects are "heavily restricted" in present-day British English, as well as to account for the main reasons underlying their low frequency of occurrence.
Tiring of all the common ab- and ad- prefixes, I jumped to the first six pages of M and found only two pairs, both of which are both cognates and make good phrases.
The use of cognates also can help teachers increase word awareness in LMSs, a task highly associated with the development of academic English.
The main purpose of this study is to figure out whether the sets which will be analyzed in this study are cognates or loanwords.
As shown by Aikio (2002 : 13), the word also has a Samoyed cognate which shows a semantic innovation: Ngan d'evhia 'clothes', NenT jempa?
1 stem with dubious cognate in Ugric (samb 'sturgeon') may be identical with another Indo-Iranian loan stem (sammas 'column').
In this review, we will mainly focus on: (1) the application of genomic technologies for the identification and validation of molecular targets for chemoprevention; (2) the role of vitamin D and its cognate receptor VDR (vitamin D receptor) as a model for the molecularly targeted chemoprevention of breast cancer.
Cognate swapping across languages could have occurred more often than assumed by Atkinson, undermining his conclusions, Eska says.
Among the tokens from the dialect text material, only those can be used in which the referent of the pronoun is a noun that has a direct Old Norse cognate.