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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)
CoWCharacter-Oriented Windows interface (Microsoft)
CoWCinema on the Web
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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Hans brushed his coat, wiped his face and hands, rested a while, and then drove off his cow quietly, and thought his bargain a very lucky one.
"Where the stray cow lies down, there is your home."
Dorothy was shocked to see that the cow had broken her leg off, and that the pail was lying in several small pieces, while the poor milkmaid had a nick in her left elbow.
To celebrate it I ordered my steward to bring me a very fat cow to sacrifice.
General principles, as to the cow being a machine for the production of milk, she looked on with suspicion.
He was going to find Sea Cow, if there was such a person in the sea, and he was going to find a quiet island with good firm beaches for seals to live on, where men could not get at them.
"And ain't it natural and right for a cat and a cow to talk different from US?"
While my mother talked I and the cow with the white face stood still and watched, and the baby Baleka cried aloud.
He took us down to see his chickens, and his cow that was grazing on the hillside.
For instance, in the case already mentioned; they never desire to know what claim or title my adversary has to my cow; but whether the said cow were red or black; her horns long or short; whether the field I graze her in be round or square; whether she was milked at home or abroad; what diseases she is subject to, and the like; after which they consult precedents, adjourn the cause from time to time, and in ten, twenty, or thirty years, come to an issue.
A freshgathered cow's tail lay on the floor, and by its side two pieces of black velvet-my black velvet-rudely hacked into the semblance of masks.
The horses of Abyssinia are excellent; their mules, oxen, and cows are without number, and in these principally consists the wealth of this country.