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COLColumn
COLColonel
COLCollege
COLCommonwealth Of Learning (RSA)
COLColorado (old style)
COLColumbia (cinematography)
COLColombia
COLCounsel
COLCollections
COLCollected
COLColonial
COLCost Of Living
COLColored
COLComplexity (gaming, Counter-Strike team)
COLCatalogue of Life (species database)
COLColima (postcode, Mexico)
COLCollateral
COLCollagen
COLColfax (Amtrak station code; Colfax, CA)
COLColossians
COLColiseum
COLCentury of Light
COLCity Of London
COLCry Out Loud
COLCommittee on Legislation (various organizations)
COLCrying Out Loud
COLCommunity of Learners (various organizations)
COLConflicts of Loyalty
COLCentre for Open Learning (various locations)
COLCat on Lap
COLCulture of Lawfulness (various organizations)
COLColumbus AFB (Columbus, MS)
COLCustomer's Own Leather
COLCentre Oscar Lambret (French cancer center)
COLConnected Line Identity
COLColor Palette
COLComplex Objects Logical Language
COLCheck Out Language
COLComité Ouvrier du Logement (French: Housing Worker Committee)
COLCollege of Letters (Wesleyan University)
COLCombined Operating License
COLContingency Operating Location
COLCause Of Loss (insurance)
COLCooperative Oxford Laboratory (Maryland)
COLCouncil on Ocean Law
COLCentre Ornithologique Lorrain (French: Lorraine Ornithological Center; Lorraine, France)
COLComputer Oriented Language
COLCaldera Open Linux
COLColors of Love (band)
COLCheck Off List
COLCity of License (FCC)
COLCertificate of License
COLCommon Output Level (US DoD)
COLChuckle out Loud
COLCartridge Overall Length
COLCircle of Life Foundation
COLCarmel Olefins Ltd. (Israel)
COLCoastal Ocean Laboratory
COLCollege of Law of England and Wales
COLClose Operating Location (US Air Force)
COLConsortium for Open Learning
COLCombat Off Load
COLCommunications-Oriented Language
COLChain of Leadership and Management
COLCheckout Language (NASA)
COLCareer Opportunities List
COLContract Loan Program
COLClap Out Loud
COLClan Collision (Runescape game)
COLContracting Officer Letter
COLChip-On-Loadbeam technology
COLCustomer's Own Label (food production)
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The 2018 Cost of Living Index, produced by global database Numbeo recently, has ranked Dubai as the most expensive city to live in across the Arab world, and 210th globally out of 540 cities.
The survey compares the cost of living for expatriates in major locations worldwide.
Missoula and Bozeman's high cost of living is not matched by high wages, particularly for people with college degrees.
That said, it has average cost of living, good walkability and average local culture.
We generally see little cross-country movements in our Cost of Living Index,'[euro]oCi Numbeo Doo chief executive Mladen Adamovic told the GDN.
Nick Nice, Head of Global Operations at the Cost of Living Middle East team said, "The global and regional labour markets both have a key role in this recovery.
com, said: "We may still be enjoying the fourth highest household income in Europe, but the high cost of living means that we're living to work.
RETIRED people are having to find more than pounds 400 a year extra just to keep up with rises in the cost of living.
17 editorial in The Register-Guard stated that, "Senior citizens should be able to understand that if there's no increase in the cost of living, there should be no adjustment in benefits.
The state is one of 10 where the minimum wage is tied to inflation, protecting low-wage workers when the cost of living goes up.
How much a family can afford to contribute to college costs depends on a variety of factors, including the cost of living where a family resides.
Beirut is becoming more and more expensive, now ranking the 41st most expensive city in the world, according to the 2009 Cost of Living survey by Mercer Consulting covering 143 cities worldwide, the leftist daily AS SAFIR reported Tuesday.