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CORCorrected/Correction
CORCorinthians
CORCorner
CORCorrect
CORCorpus
CORCorresponding
CORChange of Responsibility
CORContracting Officer's Representative
CORChurch of the Resurrection
CORConference of Religious (UK)
CORCity of Refuge (Christian gaming community)
CORCommunity of Reason
CORCoroner
CORConditions of Release (law)
CORClinical Outcomes Research (various organizations)
CORCortisol (hormone)
CORChain of Responsiblity
CORCertificate of Recognition
CORConseil d'Orientation des Retraites (French: Pensions Advisory Council)
CORCorrosive (fire diamond warning code)
CORCircle of Rage (band)
CORCertificate of Rehabilitation (various locations)
CORCity of Roseville (various locations)
CORCenter for Organizational Research (various schools)
CORCoefficient of Restitution
CORCourse Outline of Record (various universities)
CORCountry of Residency (legal classification)
CORCommercial Office Residential (zoning)
CORCertificate of Registration
CORControl Resources
CORConfirmation of Receipt
CORCommon Object Runtime
CORClass of Restrictions
CORChurch of the Redeemer
CORCommanding Officer Representative
CORCouncil of Representatives
CORCervico-Ocular Reflex
CORClient-Oriented Research (agriculture)
CORCanadian Organic Regime (Canadian Organic Products Regulation Standards)
CORClass Of Restriction (insurance)
CORCommittee on Research (AISC)
CORCenter of Rotation (medical scanning equipment)
CORCoalition on Revival
CORCorporate Staff
CORCommittee of Regions (EU)
CORChartered Organization Representative (Boy Scouts of America)
CORChange Order Request
CORComputers and Operations Research
CORCondition of Readiness (tropical storms)
CORCity of Reno (Nevada)
CORCarrier Operated Relay (two-way radio)
CORCollege Of Radiographers
CORCareer Opportunities in Research Education and Training
CORCall out Request
CORConfederation of Regions Party (Canadian Political Party)
CORCenter for Orthopaedic Research
CORCatholic Organizations for Renewal
CORCost of Revenue
CORCentral Office of Record (NSA)
CORCazaux Olympique Rugby (French rugby club)
CORCompany Operations Room
CORCity of Oak Ridge (Tennessee)
CORCouncil of Orthodox Rabbis
CORCordoba, Cordoba, Argentina - Pajas Blancas (Airport Code)
CORCourse Of Reaction
CORCircular Of Requirements
CORCoefficient of Reliability
CORCorrected Observation (METAR code)
CORCommunications Outage Recorder
CORCenter for Ophthalmic Research
CORChampions of Ruin (Dungeons & Dragons roleplay book)
CORChange of Rater
CORCargo Outturn Report
CORContinental Operations Range
CORCommander of the Relief (military)
CORCoordinate Report
CORCombined Operation Ratio
CORCore Operations Report
CORCommand Operationally Ready
CORContinental Operating Range
CORContinuity of Operations Redesign
CORCommon Order Repository
CORCost of Rework (financial management)
CORChief of Office of Record
CORCentral Office Repairperson
CORCouncil of Record (United States District Court code)
CORComplete Oral Rehabilitation
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Home Secretary Amber Rudd said she had plans to ban the sale of corrosive substances to under 18s.
A new offence to stop the sale of acids and the most harmful corrosive substances to under-18s is also being weighed up.
The proposals are part of the Consultation on new legislation on offensive and dangerous weapons, which sets out legislative measures to reduce violent crime; respond to recent rises in police-recorded knife and firearm offences; and the emergence of attacks using acids and corrosive substances.
More than 400 acid or corrosive substance attacks were carried out in the six months up to April this year, according to figures from 39 police forces in England and Wales.
Anecdotally however, staff are seeing a rise in the number of ocular injuries resulting from attacks using corrosive agents.
The UK government is also looking at new measures including urging courts to impose life sentences where appropriate, age checks for those buying corrosive substances and classing them as dangerous weapons.
It also intends to put in place measures that restrict the sale of corrosive substances.
Proposals to ensure acid and other corrosive substances can be classed as dangerous weapons are among the changes included in the shake-up.
The Crown Prosecution Service's (CPS) guidance to prosecutors will now be reviewed to ensure it makes clear that acid and other corrosive substances can be classed as dangerous weapons, and what is required to prove intent.
Materiel and method: In our study we evaluated the children between 0-6 years who applied to the Erciyes University Medical Faculty pediatric emergency department with corrosive substance ingestion history in January-February 2017.
The study ranked New Hampshire, along with 11 other states, with a "very high prevalence" of potentially corrosive groundwater.
the club on corrosive, goo"A dressing room that is acidic and corrosive, it's not conducive to good football.