C/O

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AcronymDefinition
C/OCourtesy Of
C/OCut Out
C/OCare of
C/OClass Of
C/OCheckout
C/OConsist Of
C/OCutoff
C/OChange-Over
C/OCloseout
C/OCall Out
C/OChange-Order
C/OCarryover (funds)
C/OComplains Of (medical)
C/OCertificate of Origin
C/OCurrent Office
C/OCurrent Offer (trading)
C/OChangeout
C/OContamination/Overpressure (NASA)
References in classic literature ?
Her care of me in my travail, and after in my lying in, was such, that if she had been my own mother it could not have been better.
Why, first,' says I, 'you give a piece of money to these people to take the child off the parent's hands, and to take care of it as long as it lives.
Come, my dear,' says she, 'I have found out a way how you shall be at a certainty that your child shall be used well, and yet the people that take care of it shall never know you, or who the mother of the child is.
So, in short, I consented to let her have the child, and I gave her #10; that is to say, I gave it to my governess, who gave it the poor woman before my face, she agreeing never to return the child back to me, or to claim anything more for its keeping or bringing up; only that I promised, if she took a great deal of care of it, I would give her something more as often as I came to see it; so that I was not bound to pay the #5, only that I promised my governess I would do it.
Our VA health professionals were on the job, taking care of patients, when their own homes were destroyed and their own families scattered.
You can work at McDonalds and make more than you do taking care of children.
I applaud the concept of enhancing the way we pay for health care to emphasize the best care of chronic conditions over time.
Unlike Lot's wife we, who are interested in the care of long-term illness, have nothing to fear from taking a good look back over our shoulders.
California, Louisiana, Maine, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, North Dakota, South Carolina Vermont, and Washington) have implemented health care reform initiatives that may help improve the health care of persons with disabilities (Watson, Eilenberg, & Odulana, 1995).