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COGCaught Off Guard (chat/email)
COGCognitive
COGChildren's Oncology Group
COGCouncil of Governments
COGChurch of God
COGCenter Of Gravity
COGCulture of Giving (Boulder, CO)
COGChip On Glass
COGCode Officiel Géographique (French: Official Geographic Code)
COGContinuity Of Government
COGCaptain of the Guard
COGCognizant
COGConvention d'Objectifs et de Gestion (French: Agreement on Objectives and Management)
COGRepublic of the Congo (ISO Country code)
COGCognate
COGChanging of the Guard
COGCommodity Grid
COGComponent Object Graphics
COGGnome Configurator
COGCentre Opérationnel de la Gendarmerie (French police operational center)
COGCost Of Goods
COGCrazy Old Guy
COGCommonwealth Observer Group (various locations)
COGChild of God
COGCity of God
COGCoke Oven Gas
COGCourse Over Ground
COGComponent Obsolescence Group
COGChemical, Oil and Gas (industry sector)
COGCoalition of Ordered Governments (Gears of War)
COGCity of Glass
COGCouncil of Governors
COGCloud-Optimized GeoTIFF (Geospatial Tagged Image File Format)
COGClinical Outcomes Group (Pottsville, PA)
COGClusters of Orthologous Groups
COGCommodity Grid (Kits)
COGConcours Owners Group (Kawasaki Concours motorcycle)
COGCANDU Owners Group
COGCommunity Organizing Group
COGCentral Ohio Group (insurance)
COGCost of Gain (in feedyards, cost of cattle divided by pounds gained)
COGConvenience Of the Government
COGCognizance Symbol
COGCommunity Oriented Government (various locations)
COGCluster of Orthologous Groups (genetics)
COGClub Omnisports Gargenville (French sports club)
COGCustomer-Owned Goods
COGCranky Old Git
COGCoalition of Organized Governments (Gears of War)
COGCenter of Government
COGCorporal Of the Guard
COGCertificate of Graduation
COGCampaign for Open Government
COGCommander Operations Group (National Training Center, Ft Irwin, CA, USA)
COGCollaborative Operations Group (Disaster Management Interoperability Services DMIS)
COGCanada Organic Growers (organic agriculture association)
COGChief of the Guard
COGCentralized Ordering Group
COGCurrent Operations Group
COGCombined Operations Group
COGCommon Offset Gather (reflection seismology, GPR)
COGCongress of Gamers (conference)
COGCommunion of Gurhal (Phantasy Star Universe)
COGCompliance Order Guidance
COGCovenant of the Goddess organization
COGCIS Oil and Gas
COGContingency Operations Group
COGCommunication and Outreach Action Group
COGChamber of Gray (Star-Wars forum)
COGChernobyl Orphan Group (UK)
COGCentralized Operations Groups
COGColumbia Owners Group
COGCTF Oversight Group
COGCentral Organization Groups
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Defending champ Blonde Reagan has done connections proud to get this far, but there has been a changing of the guard in the staying ranks, with MUSICAL GAGA really coming of age over six and eight bends.
Despite a compressed timetable, reservations in Germany, and a looming changing of the guard in Brussels, progress can be made, Central Bank of Lithuania governor, Vitas Vasiliauskas, told Reuters.
Remember talk of a changing of the guard among shareholders at Little Rock's Delta Trust & Banking Corp.
1962, Jack Nicklaus, Oakmont Nicklaus made up five shots on Arnold Palmer with 11 holes to play and then won the play-off in what was a changing of the guard.
Not only is it a long, long time since I enjoyed watching a football match as much, but I'm certain it was confirmation of a 'changing of the guard' in European football.
"Throw in the continued speculation over Pepe Reina's future and there is scope for a natural changing of the guard."
The drama unfolded as hundreds of tourists and Londoners gathered outside the palace for yesterday's midday Changing of the Guard. Witnesses said the suspect, who was arrested on suspicion of affray, broke through a barrier and was walking towards the guards when he was stopped by police who were "on him in seconds".
YESTERDAY saw the changing of the guard at the House of Representatives youth parliament as House President Yiannakis Omirou welcomed the new 'deputies' who have replaced their outgoing peers after a two-year stint.
This was having just completed a 15-minute drill concerning the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace, under the direction of the Regimental Sergeant Major.
A mother-daughter journey through one of the world's great walking cities is narrated by the younger traveler, who takes in history -- the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace, Admiral Nelson's statue in Trafalgar Square -- and lesser facts with equal delight: "London is Europe's third rainiest city; a telephone booth is a good place to wait out a shower." The team pauses for fish and chips and whispers to each other across the expanse of St.
"Changing of the Guard, The Yellowstone Chronicles" is an exciting artist's double- faceted visual presentation of life forms in the area of Yellowstone Park of today contrasted with the prehistoric creatures that inhabited the same area 70 million years ago.
Englelhardt, a member of The Nation Institute who started and runs its Tom Dispatch political commentary web site, details how the US war machine has once again survived the changing of the guard in Washington DC.