COFER

AcronymDefinition
COFERCurrency Composition of Official Foreign Exchange Reserves (International Monetary Fund database)
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Cofer added Hu has an in-house test kitchen and insights lab, which gives the company "a unique ability to quickly test and learn."
Lyric Encounters: Essays on American Poetry from Lazarus and Frost to Ortiz Cofer and Alexie is a collection of single-authored essays that challenges traditional readings of the lyric form as either soliloquy, intrapersonal communication or monologic discourse.
When the IMF Executive Board determined the RMB to be a freely usable currency and decided to include it in the basket of currencies that make up the Special Drawing Right (SDR), effective October 1, 2016, it underscored the importance of making efforts to address remaining data gaps, including in the currency coverage of the COFER survey, ahead of the next SDR review.
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Cofer accidentally supports my position with one, astounding sentence.
This is not a must-purchase but is recommended for larger teen collections with healthy budgets.--Sarah Cofer.
Anna Mountford (from BBC's “Jack of Hearts”) supplies the computer's voice, Andy Pandini plays a pundit stirring the masses against the Ripper and Kai Cofer plays the Scotland Yard constable in charge of cyber-security.
Six general essays include discussions of such matters as layers of narrative in Frances Burney's Court Journals, the greatness of Mary Moody Emerson, and individual and collective autobiography in Judith Ortiz Cofer's The Latin Deli.
Puerto Rican Judith Ortiz Cofer redefines Latino to include alternative identities.