CoW

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AcronymDefinition
CoWControl of Work
CoWCase of the Week
CoWCitizen of the World
CoWCommittee of the Whole
CoWCan Of Worms
CoWCouncil of War
CoWCovenant of Works (theology)
CoWCream of Wheat (food)
CoWCircle of Willis
CoWCity of Windhoek (Namibia)
CoWCalculus on the Web (Temple University)
CoWCost of War (US DoD)
CoWCopy-On-Write
CoWCertificate of Waiver (various locations)
CoWCity of Wanneroo (Australia)
CoWCoalition of the Willing
CoWCity of Westminster (Westminster, Colorado and UK)
CoWCharacter Oriented Windows
CoWCopy on Write
CoWCalifornia, Oregon, Washington
CoWCasualty of War
CoWCrude Oil Washing
CoWCollege of Wooster
CoWComputer On Wheels (DeVry Institute of Technology)
CoWClerk of Works (UK construction inspector)
CoWCluster of Workstations (UW-Madison)
CoWCost of Waste (financial management)
CoWClassroom on Wheels
CoWCorrelates of War Project (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)
CoWChief Of the Watch
CoWCrush of the Week (also seen as COTW)
CoWCell-site On Wheels (cellular emergency services)
CoWCerritos on Wheels (public transportation system; California)
CoWContainer On Wheels
CoWClinic on Wheels
CoWCoffee of the Week (Starbucks)
CoWCouncil of Wyrms (gaming)
CoWCommanding Officer's Wife
CoWControl of Well (energy insurance)
CoWCreating Original Work (Playwrights Horizons Theater School)
CoWComputer Originated World (BBC-1 TV ident in the 1980s)
CoWCritical Ordinary Watercourse (small watercourse prone to flooding)
CoWCinema on the Web
CoWCharacter-Oriented Windows interface (Microsoft)
CoWChilled Out Worms (gaming clan)
CoWCambridge, Oxford or Warwick (seminar)
CoWColdworked; Not Furnace-Sensitized and Welded
CoWCareer Opportunity Week
CoWCollectible of the Week
CoWChairman of the Week
CoWCarry Over Work
CoWChurch of Walt (Disneyland, CA)
CoWCustomer Owned Warehouse
CoWCritical Online Window
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THE HURT LOCKER Film4 10.50PM Guy Pearce is a casualty of war in this Oscar winner from Zero Dark Thirty's Kathryn Bigelow.
The youngest was 14-year-old George Lewis, from Vale Street, Barry, who is recorded as the nation's youngest casualty of war on August 6, 1918, according to painstaking Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) records, which can be searched on our WalesOnline website, which shows who in your family or street died in the Great War.
MEETING: Kofi Annan yesterday CASUALTY OF WAR Wounded rebel soldier and, right, rebel fighters shelter from ferocity of Assad's onslaught DIGGING DEEP Rebels dig up speed bumps to help ambulances
To those who seek to excuse his treatment it must be said, unequivocally, that Mousa was not a casualty of war. He was the victim of gratuitous violence in the prison.
WITH local councils, at present, under the cosh of Government cuts and shedding jobs among its workforce, it's all too easy in the grand scheme of things to forget that employees of long standing are just another casualty of war, amid the world banking crisis, and economic meltdown of a society that has, until of late, in the words of former prime minister, Harold Macmillan "never had it so good", instead of the grim reality of losing one's livelihood and all the monetary uncertainty that follows.
While her death was headline news for a few weeks she soon became just another casualty of war.
* CASUALTY OF WAR: SS North Devon, the ship which 14-year-old Reginald Earnshaw was killed on aged just 14 years and 152 days old.
Summary: <p>A majority of British voters think Prime Minister Gordon Brown is doing a poor job in supporting his country's troops in Afghanistan and is heading for defeat at the ballot box, the Sun newspaper said on Thursday.AaIn a front page article headlined "Casualty of War," the paper found seven in 10 voters think Brown's government is doing a "very bad" or "fairly bad" job supporting the 9,000 British soldiers in Afghanistan.
THEY say the first casualty of war is truth but Philip Jones Griffiths was determined not to contribute to that statistic when he set out to photograph Vietnam.
More so when death comes quickly, as in the case of a fatal accident or a casualty of war, questions abound regarding decisions made, degrees of control, and the nature of causality.
Their topics include access to the media as a new First Amendment right; the freedom of speech as a casualty of war; suppressing hateful ideas by force of law; the anatomy of an oral argument; a First Amendment life; the Court takes on the challenge of the Internet as a new communication medium; and the past, present, and future of Internet censorship and free speech advocacy.
Hylton, a GQ writer-at-large, delivers an even stronger message in his piece "Casualty of War."