COGS


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AcronymDefinition
COGSCost Of Goods Sold
COGSComputer Oriented Geological Society
COGSCouncil of General Synod
COGSCentre of Geographic Sciences (Annapolis Valley Campus, Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia)
COGSCentral Ohio Ghost Squad (Lancaster, OH)
COGSCollege of Geographic Sciences (Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia)
COGSCampaign to Organize Graduate Students
COGSChesterfield Open Gaming Society
COGSClarke-Oconee Genealogical Society
COGSComplete Online Gaming System
COGSCombat Oriented General Support
COGSCertificate of Good Standing (various organizations)
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In response, Archdeacon Michael Thompson, general secretary of the Anglican Church of Canada, noted, first, that a meeting of the current session of CoGS would "begin a conversation" about the principles and values the church brings to its decision-making in light of the financial challenges it's facing.
Joint Operation Planning Process, called the Joint Military Appreciation Process (JMAP), and as a part of this review it has updated its approach to COG analysis.
There's nary a military school that doesn't talk about COG.
NTRODUCTION The Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments ( COG ) is the regional organization comprised of 22 of the Washington area%s major local governments and their governing officials, plus area members of the Maryland and Virginia legislatures and the U.
The IRS guidance items all relate to prior-period expenses; however, two relate to costs that were not part of COGS and one to costs that were part of COGS.
The standards for specific identification versus allocation of COGS are similar to those for gross receipts.
The Small Business Simplified Overall Method is for businesses with annual gross receipts of less than $5 million and allows the allocation of COGS and overhead based on gross receipts.
Those broken cogs and that cosmic wheel rock and reel to amazing effect in Trilogy.
In keeping with views espoused by some of the early airpower theorists, such as Billy Mitchell and others at the Air Corps Tactical School at Maxwell Field, Alabama, the US Air Force tends to see COGs as "vital centers" located deep in the enemy's heartland.
Unlike more standard heart valves, which swing open or closed as blood pressure changes, the cogs interlock to reroute blood in response to changing hormone levels, say Craig E.