COTW

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COTWClip of The Week
COTWCoalition of the Willing
COTWCat on the Wall
COTWCase of the Week
COTWConcept of the Week (various organizations)
COTWCommittee of the Whole (legislation)
COTWCreation of the Week
COTWChurch of the Week (various locations)
COTWCall of the Wild
COTWCovenant of the Witches
COTWCringe of the Week
COTWCatch of the Week
COTWCollaboration of the Week (Wikimedia Foundation)
COTWComposer of the Week (British Broadcasting Corporation Radio 3 Program)
COTWCastle of the Winds (role playing game)
COTWCars on the Web (remarketing company)
COTWCitizens of the World
COTWClub of the Waves (surf website)
COTWCow of the Wild (online animated series)
COTWCourts of the World (basketball website)
COTWCenter of the World
COTWColors of the Wind (Disney song)
COTWCousins of the Wize (band)
COTWCrush of the Week (also seen as COW)
COTWCall of The Warlords (game)
COTWContest of the Week
COTWCheerleader of the Week
COTWConflict Other Than War
COTWCreature of the Week (website)
COTWChurch on the Web
COTWClans of the Waterfalls (role-playing)
COTWCamp of the Woods Ministries, Inc (Chattanooga, TN)
COTWChuck on the Web (personal website)
COTWCurse of the Wookie (Star Wars)
COTWCourage of the Wolves (game)
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References in classic literature ?
"Dunkiton," he replied, "is the center of the world's highest civilization."
Such is life, such is fame, such is power--in the center of the world's highest civilization, or in the depths of the black, primeval jungle.
It might have come from the center of the world, this smoke, where the fires of the ages still smolder.
Horton (Assistant Professor of Native American, Modern, and Contemporary Art at the University of Delaware), Paul Chaat Smith (Associate Curator at the National Museum of the American Indian), Mackenzie Stevens (Curatorial Assistant at the Hammer Museum), Elisabeth Sussman (Curator at the Whitney Museum), as well as art critic and curator Jessica Berlanga Taylor, "Jimmie Durham: At the Center of the World" is unreservedly recommended for personal, community and academic library American Art History collections and supplemental studies reading lists.
This is the topic of The Center of the World -- a lost and much-desired J.
The latter point is particularly difficult since, after working at the center of the world for a while, you tend to spend a few extra minutes looking in the mirror each day and it's possible to confuse your position and prestige with yourself.
The Financial District is just that: Home to the stock exchanges, bond markets, a financial center of the world. It is also a residential area, and where one finds the Museum of the American Indian, Fraunces Tavern, Federal Hall, Trinity Church, St.
As the financial center of the world, Lower Manhattan was, and still is, the telecommunications capital of the world.
"The small island at the center of the world is where I want to be." But his reach for quality touches every corner of the world.
Mayblum expects retail rents will be similar to what Tishman's E-Walk is achieving diagonally across the street, while office rents will be comparable to Boston Properties 5 Times square in the center of the World's Crossroads.
"The city that used to be known for crime and violence is now known for culture and entertainment and being at the center of the world," the Mayor said, adding that he is also glad to have the many construction and permanent jobs.
The City's reputation as the premier business center of the world depends on ow ability to retain companies of Avon's stature.
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