COBRA


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COBRAConsolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985 (US)
COBRACommon Open Brokerage Architecture
COBRACorporate Brand and Reputation Analysis
COBRACOpenhagen, BRussels and Amsterdam
COBRACopenhagen Brussels Amsterdam (avant-garde artists)
COBRACabinet Office Briefing Room A (London, UK)
COBRACounter Battery Radar
COBRACoastal Battlefield Reconnaissance and Analysis
COBRAChemical/Biological Response Aide (Defense Group Inc. software)
COBRAComputerised Bibliographic Record Actions
COBRAContext Broker Architecture
COBRACommunication Technology: Basic Research and Applications (Technical University of Eindhoven, Netherlands)
COBRACost of Base Realignment Actions
COBRACombined Old Boys Rugby Association
COBRACentral Oregon Battering & Rape Alliance (Oregon)
COBRACo-Optimized Booster for Reusable Applications (NASA)
COBRAChemical, Ordnance, Biological, & Radiological
COBRACoastal Barrier Resources Act of 1982
COBRAComplete Oil Breakdown Rate Analyzer
COBRAComputer Optimized Batch Reconciliation Application
COBRAConcise Object Relational Architecture (Kimble Consultancy Services Ltd.)
COBRAConstraint-Based Reconstruction and Analysis (biology)
COBRACoaxial Beam-Rotating Antenna
COBRACollection of Broadcasts from Remote Assets (US DoD)
COBRACogeneration, Boiler and Refrigeration Professionals
COBRACOntent-Based Retrieval Architecture
COBRACollaborative Battlespace Reasoning and Awareness (US Army)
COBRACOnservation of a vital european scientific & Biotechnological Resource: microAlgae & cyanobacteria (European Commission Research Project No. QLRT-2000-01645)
COBRAConservation of Biodiversity Resource Areas (Kenya)
COBRAContract Bridge Association
COBRACost, Operational Benefit and Requirements Analysis
COBRACollege of Business Recent Alumni (Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY)
COBRACenter-point Based Regional Access (Cody Systems)
COBRACombat Outcome Based on Rules of Attrition
COBRACornell Beam Research Accelerator
COBRACoherent Online Baseband Receiver for Astronomy
COBRACoordinated Battleforce Replay and Analysis
COBRAContinuous Beam Research Apparatus
COBRAConfidence Bounds and Risk Assessment
COBRAconstant boiling and rod arrays
COBRACombat Outcomes Based on Rules for Attrition
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A member of the prolific Huey family, the AH-1 is also referred to as the "Huey Cobra" or "Snake".
For now, Briguez said that the chances of additional Cobras are 'remote' but is still open to possibilities.
After courier delivery, Mrityu opened the box and found a Cobra inside the box with grocery items.
until 2017, when Colt introduced an updated version of the DS-II in all stainless called the Cobra by Colt (and the New Cobra by shooters).
The Cobra Road Scout Elite provides a long-range radar detection system and a high-definition dash cam in a single unit.
Some netizens speculated that the cobra was an invasive species that had been introduced.
Even through there isn't a King Cobra that's the peer to the quality of a Coll Python, it's still a double-action Coll.
Cobra countered this with their Speedback Weighting System, which protrudes below the F9's trailing edge, returning the center of gravity low and to the rear where it does the most good.
Raymond Odhiambo, Hippos FC team manager, one of the clubs Odu Cobra featured for until his demise, told Nation Sport he had lost a "brother" who was with very close to him.
The app is one of the first in the market to allow COBRA and Direct Bill members to make online payments.
With throughput potential of up to 320 tph depending on feed material and apron setting, the Cobra 290 uses a 315-hp Volvo engine to power the fuel-efficient and high-performing direct drive system and has quickly established itself as a force to be reckoned with in the compact crushing sector.
Generally, employers averaging more than 20 employees within a year are required to offer COBRA, the option of continuing healthcare benefits to qualified beneficiaries - at their own expense - who would otherwise lose their health benefits.