COD

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CODCash On Delivery (shipping)
CODChemical Oxygen Demand
CODCollect On Delivery
CODCall of Duty (game)
CODComplément d'Objet Direct (French: Direct Object Complement; grammar)
CODCapacity On Demand
CODCost of Death (insurance)
CODCatch of the Day
CODCollege of Dupage
CODCost of Debt (finance)
CODCodex
CODCenter of Development (various organizations)
CODCollege of the Desert
CODCommon Origination and Disbursement (US Department of Education)
CODCause of Death
CODCode List (File Name Extension)
CODCommittee on Design (American Institute of Architects)
CODCylinder on Demand (Audi)
CODCertificate of Destruction
CODCertificate Of Deposit
CODCancellation of Debt
CODCrack O' Dawn
CODCarbone Organique Dissous (French: Dissolved Organic Carbon)
CODCentre Opérationnel Départemental (French: Departmental Operations Center)
CODCouncil of Dragons (gaming guild)
CODCurse of Dimensionality (applied mathematics)
CODComputer Organization and Design (textbook)
CODCouncil on Diversity (various locations)
CODCity of Dreams (casino; Melco Crown Entertainment; China)
CODCircle of Death
CODCompiled Code
CODCoded Macroblock Indication
CODCash on Delivery
CODCo-Installer Driver
CODConnection Oriented Data
CODConfirm on Delivery
CODConference on Disarmament (international forum)
CODCystic Ovarian Disease
CODConference Organizing Distribution (software; Drupal)
CODCoefficient of Determination
CODCongress of Democrats (Namibia)
CODChange Of Direction (football)
CODCustomer Order Desk (various companies)
CODConcise Oxford Dictionary
CODCommercial Operation Date
CODClose of Day
CODCarrier Onboard Delivery
CODCrack Opening Displacement
CODClass of Device (Bluetooth)
CODCharter of Democracy (Pakistan)
CODContent on Demand
CODCatastrophic Optical Damage (semiconductor lasers)
CODCovered Outpatient Drug (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services)
CODCertificate of Death
CODCloak of Darkness (gaming clan)
CODCoffee of the Day
CODClose Order Drill (marching)
CODClick of Death
CODCommercial Operation Declaration
CODChange of Destination (shipping)
CODCircle of Dust (band)
CODCanadian Oxford Dictionary
CODCurse of Doom (World of Warcraft spell)
CODCone Dystrophy
CODCloud of Darkness
CODCareer Opportunities Development (California)
CODColor of the Day (undercover police)
CODCertificate of Designation (FAA)
CODCrypt of Decay (Everquest gaming)
CODCombat Operations Division (USAF)
CODCollège d'Omnipratique Dentaire (French: College of General Practice Dentistry; Belgium)
CODCody Yellowstone Regional Airport (airport code)
CODCo-Occuring Disorder (mental health diagnosis)
CODCentral Ordnance Depot (India)
CODChange of Details
CODCircle of Dependability
CODCircle of Darkness (online game)
CODCenter Operations Directorate
CODCrossroads of Destiny (TV show Avatar: the Last Airbender)
CODCertificate of Disposal
CODCooperative Opportunities Document
CODChildren Of Destiny
CODCustomer Order Display
CODComplex Orthogonal Design
CODCaptain on Deck
CODCardiovasculaire, Obésité et Diabète
CODCare of the Devil (AC/DC song)
CODCorrection of Deficiency
CODCommunity Operations Division
CODCase of Department
CODComité de Orden y Disciplina (disciplinary comitee for Guatemalan jails)
CODCentral Organization Department
CODCongreso de la Central Obrera Departamental (Bolivian labor organization)
CODContinuous Optical Discharge
CODCerebro-Ocular Dysgenesis (muscular dystrophy)
CODComics on Delivery (1997 movie)
CODCentral Order Desk
CODCascaded Optical Delay Line
CODCost of Operations Division
CODCategory Of Distribution
CODCadet on Duty
CODConcept of Operations Description
CODCircles of Doom (gaming)
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