COSS


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AcronymDefinition
COSSCertified Occupational Safety Specialist
COSSCentre for Open Source Software
COSSCommon Object Services Specification
COSSCost of Service Study (various locations)
COSSCorridors of Statewide Significance (Virginia Department of Transportation)
COSSConsuls
COSSCommercial Open Source Software (licensing status)
COSSCarotid Occlusion Surgery Study
COSSCouncils of Social Services (New Zealand)
COSSCooperative Osteosarcoma Study Group
COSSController of Site Safety (UK railway engineering)
COSSController of Site Safety (Named supervisor of work gangs on UK railways)
COSSCommissioner of Social Security
COSSCo-Orbit Support Systems
COSSCentaur Operations at the Space Station (NASA)
COSSCrew On-orbit Support Systems (NASA)
COSSCustomer Oriented Strategic System
COSSContracts and Other Support Services (Federal Acquisition Regulation)
COSSContractor-Operated Storage Sites
COSSColorado Organization of Slalom Skateboarding
COSSCommander's OPSEC Support System
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Reflecting industry consolidation and the addition of several large participants over the past five years, the average portfolio size of the firms in the COSS sample grew to 818, 249 loans in 2003 from 380,671 in 1999.
Spitzer says that COSS takes a "best of breeds" approach to its work, drawing the most effective technology together and offering that combination to its clients.
When Coss and Owings began examining ground squirrel populations for venom resistance, they stumbled onto a surprise.
Coss mentions the Templars briefly in discussing the development of chivalric ideology.
Fr Coss later told the Mail: "I found Mr Afzal's remarks absolutely crazy.
Prosecutor Matthew Siddall said Coss told police the attacks "amused" him.
X", attended a party with Coss in 2004 during which photos were taken.
Our children are fantastic and we have outstanding staff," said headteacher Maxine Coss.
Good running from man-of-the-match Lee McAfferty and Steve Morgan then set the platform for Damian Kenchington to coss, which was swiftly followed by good handling to see Dave Farrell cross for is first try of the season.
Ashville Youth, which operates teams from under-8s up to under-18s, will play Morecambe, whose senior team play their football in the Nationwide Conference, at their home ground at Coss Lane in Wallasey village on Tuesday, September 26.
Great-grandfather Derrick Coss, of Fenside Avenue, Styvechale, said the changes meant he could now only get a direct bus into the city centre on Sundays.