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COFCenter on the Family (Hawaii)
COFCouncil On Foundations
COFCapital One Financial (stock symbol)
COFComité d'Organisation des Fêtes (French: Holiday Organizing Committee)
COFCity of the Future (various locations)
COFConsequence of Failure (business risk)
COFClub of Florence (Florence, Italy)
COFCradle of Filth (band)
COFConduct of Fire (US DoD)
COFCertified Orthotic Fitter (Board of Certification International)
COFCollege Opportunity Fund
COFConservatory of Flowers (San Francisco, CA)
COFCoefficient of Friction
COFCry of Fear (gaming)
COFCustodian of Funds (Illinois Department of Human Services)
COFCatalog of Fishes (database)
COFChip on Film
COFCatholic Order of Foresters (Naperville, IL)
COFCompressed Old Files
COFCertificate of Fitness
COFCoefficient
COFChip on Flex
COFCalifornia Oak Foundation (Oakland, CA)
COFCity Office Furniture (UK)
COFColleges of the Fenway (since 1996; Boston, Massachusetts)
COFChip-on-Flex
COFCost of Funds
COFCourse of Fire (pistol shooting sports)
COFConfidence of Fit (trend line)
COFChariots of Fire (movie)
COFCustomer Order Form (various companies)
COFColumbus Orbital Facility
COFCatholic Order of Foresters (Catholic fraternal insurance organization founded in 1883; Naperville, IL)
COFCompany Operations Facility
COFCentro de Orientación Femenina (Guatemala)
COFCofidis - Credit par Telephone (Tour de France cycling sponsor)
COFCanadian Orienteering Federation
COFConsumer Oriented Fabrics
COFClassroom Of the Future
COFChain of Flowers (The Cure band fan site)
COFCovalent Organic Framework (chemistry)
COFCommittee on Faculty
COFCollege of Fisheries
COFComplete Organic Fertilizer
COFCouncil of Fellows
COFChamber of Fear
COFCelebrities of Facebook
COFCloak of Flames (Everquest game)
COFCavazzoni Orlando e Fratello (Italian ice cream)
COFCovered Offshore Facility
COFCustomer Order Fulfillment
COFCost of Freight
COFConstruction Of Facility
COFCentral Operations Facility
COFCertified Old Fart (Internet slang)
COFCentral Operating Facilities
COFCivilian Objective Force
COFCenter of Flotation (hull design)
COFColumbus Operating Facility
COFCrazy Old Fart
COFChurch of Freethought
COFCastle of Fun (WOTC message boards)
COFConfirmation Order Form
COFComputing Operations Fundamentals (from BOFH)
COFChannel Output Feedback
COFCommercial Organic Fertilizer (agriculture)
COFCommon Output File
COFCrabby Old Fart
COFCertified Organic Farming (agriculture)
COFColoplast Ostomy Forum
COFCircle of Furs (gaming)
COFCanterbury Office Furniture (Douglas Furniture Ltd.; New Zealand)
COFCounty Operated Facility
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References in classic literature ?
As she held them out her husband gave a cry of fear.
"It was a most distressing cry," he observed doubtfully, "a cry of fear as well as of pain."
Instantly the wicked woman gave a loud cry of fear, and then, as Dorothy looked at her in wonder, the Witch began to shrink and fall away.
With a little cry of fear she shrank away from him--she thought that the fearful strain of the encounter had driven him mad.
With a cry of fear, David turned and, shaking himself loose from the hands that held him, ran away through the forest.
When we had eaten what we could, we rose and washed ourselves at the spring; but, as we washed, Baleka looked up and gave a cry of fear. For there, on the crest of the hill, about ten spear-throws away, was a party of six armed men, people of my own tribe--children of my father Makedama--who still pursued us to take us or kill us.
Again and even nearer came the rallying Spaniards, and again with cry of fear and stooping bodies they swerved off to right and left, but the English still stood stolid and observant among their rocks.
A faint cry of fear, suppressed in the instant of utterance, slipped past Lute's lips.
I send this cry of fear to all civilised people, to all those responsible, affectionate people to all the people who have hearts to be conscious and help us to launch a campaign and to save our green planet.
There are `pay-attention-to-me' cries - which should also be responded to - and the baby's `I'm afraid' cry of fear.
"There one hears the cry of fear, that the earth will open up and drag us down to hell," Law said.
Ramparts called the song "a betrayal"; New Left Review called it "a lamentable petty bourgeois cry of fear." Time, on the other hand, reported that the Beatles had criticized "radical activists the world over," which Time found "exhilarating." The second, "slow" version of the song was released on the White Album two months later.