COAR

AcronymDefinition
COARCentral Oregon Association of Realtors
COARConfederation of Open Access Repositories
COARCoordination of Afghan Relief
COARCommunity Outreach & Advocacy for Refugees
COARContracting Officer's Authorized Representative
COARCity of Orange Amateur Radio (Orange, CA)
COARCustomer Order Acceptance Record
COARContinuous Operational Assessment and Response
COARCustomer Order Acquisition Record
COARCommunity Oscar Arnulfo Romero (school)
COARChicken on a Raft (band)
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The closest Garstang got to a second equaliser was when Coar hit the bar with a powerful header.
He is uniquely suited to step into this role to help VirPack add additional value to lender operations relationships," said Coar.
COAR has launched various initiatives and working groups to address many of the IR-related issues, including working on guidelines for repository interoperability, standardizing Controlled Vocabularies for Repository Assets, and studying metrics such as usage.
Whether it is in the field of valuation technology (Bradford, Green and BienAime), pioneering the adoption of electronic documents for investor delivery (Coar), automating solutions for the growing compliance burden (Roth), helping expand the availability of warehouse lines (Street) or helping lenders employ the best possible origination technology (Tichy), these seven people have made a difference.
Coar, a 19-year banking veteran, is focused on expanding Opus' commercial business client base in Orange and San Diego counties, and in Arizona.
If Coar's suggestion had been taken up, without the three points deduction, then Boro would have stayed up.
"I think we have been spoiled for many years having the likes of John Williams and Robert Coar around the club, able to right what is wrong in the fans' eyes.
MAIMANA (PAN): A doctor working for the Coordination of Afghan Relief (CoAR), an Afghan non-profit organisation, and his driver were abducted by suspected insurgents in northern Faryab province, officials said on Thursday.
Coar decided the case at the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, ruling that Davis had breached his fiduciary duty and should be held accountable, but held that Peabody had no grounds to recover damages from the insurance companies or RIC, because neither were fiduciaries for the plan.
Before the start of the 1994-95 season, a year that was to climax so gloriously for Rovers with the Premier League title, the chairman, Robert Coar, called me into his office.
In 1991, a WNA Board developed, appointed and charged the Commission on Organizational Assessment and Renewal (COAR), to study the current structure of WNA.