COSE


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AcronymDefinition
COSECommittee on Science Education (National Research Council)
COSECommon Open Software Environment
COSECommunication Services
COSEControlling Software Evolution (Swiss National Science Foundation project)
COSECollege of Science and Engineering
COSECoalition of Services for the Elderly (Philippines)
COSECommittee On Optical Science and Engineering
COSECommon Open Systems Environment
COSEComponent-Oriented Software Engineering
COSECommon Operating Systems Environment
COSEConsolidated Operator Support Environment (global positioning system)
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If the news media cannot lead the discussion, Cose said, "we're not doing our job "
What Cose's book brings home is that the barriers of caste can be just as brutal in air-conditioned offices as on inner-city streets--all the more so when we are talking about people who have paid their dues.
According to COSE, the senator "has truly lived up to the legacy of his father--the original champion of the elderly and the author of the original Senior Citizens Act of 1993."
At Cose Buone, Alex and Mauro use an original family recipe to prepare their arancini in the typical Sicilian style.
Levi e Scotellaro sono cose di ieri, ma e importante chiedersi se non possano essere ancora figure e prospettive ripetibili.
Quanto alla lingua, si ricordi cio che si e visto sopra con il riferimento alla Divina Commedia, che la lingua, secondo Dante, non e sufficientemente adeguata a permetterci di articolare certe cose intorno al mistero, nel suo caso del Paradiso, e, nel caso del nostro io narrante, del creato (11).
Sulla stessa linea, e ricorrendo alle medesime formule, mi pare si collochino le numerose allusioni aristoteliche, che ribadiscono l'attribuzione a Eraclito e agli eraclitei della tesi del divenire di tutte le cose ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], Top.
Credo che i miei personaggi incarnino le luci e le ombre che coesistono in me: mi assomigliano molto Benedetto, protagonista de Le inutili vergogne, e Thomas, il padre di Le cose di prima, con certe ossessioni, certe sconfitte, certe incapacita di farsi comprendere.
He also said data from the Coalition of Services of the Elderly (COSE) show that only 33 percent or 2.9 million of the elderly population are covered by contributory pension, such as SSS, GSIS, and other pension systems.
COSE BUONE Alex Danci and Mauro Torcivia, who run Cose Buone Italian Food in St John's Market food hall COSE BUONE EET the bakers and best friends who are hungry to give Liverpool a taste of the real Sicily.
He continued to resist and the struggle started then," Denton Police Department spokesperson Bryan Cose said.
Other bands promising big futures includeThe Frontiers, Facendo Cose and Dancing On Tables.