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AcronymDefinition
COCompany
COCentral Office (telecommunications/telephony)
COColorado (US postal abbreviation)
COCommanding Officer
COCarbon Monoxide
COCall-Out
COColombia
COChange Order
COCourse
COCash Out (mortgage refinancing)
COCounty
COConference
COCurrent Operations
COChief Officer
COCheckout
COCommand
COCabinet Office
COComo (Lombardia, Italy)
COColton (blood group)
COCertificate of Origin
COControlling
COCommunity Organizer (Philippines)
COCompliance
COChill Out
COConnection Oriented
COCombat (game, Natural Selection)
COCommunity Outreach
COCellular One
COComplain Of
COcrude oil
COCharlotte Observer (newspaper)
COCompliance Officer
COCardiac Output
COCobalt
COColchester (postcode, United Kingdom)
COCertificate of Occupancy
COConan O'Brien
COCorrectional Officer
COCommunications Officer
COCastor Oil
COColonial Office (UK)
COCargo Operations
COCommissioned Officer
COCompliance Order
COCaptain Obvious
COCutoff
COChinese Orchestra
COCornish (linguistics)
COCompañía (Spanish)
COContinental Airlines (airline code)
COCorrection Officer
COClinical Operations
COCovert Operations (gaming)
COClean Out (sewers/drains)
COCombinatorial Optimization (workshop)
COContracting Officer
COCash Order
COConsent Order
COConscientious Objector
COCorporación (Spanish)
COCertifying Officer
COCombined Operations (gaming)
COClerical Officer (obsolete, now AO)
COCollection Officer
COClothes Optional
COChampions Online (game)
COConstant Observation (medical care)
COCommand Output
COCircle Officer (India)
COCore Operation(s)
COClinical Officer (hospital)
COCommand Operations
COCommitment to Perform (common feature; Capability Maturity Model Integration)
COChief Operator
COConsoleone (Novell GUI)
COCargo Oil
COCombinatorics and Optimization (field of pure mathematics)
COContracting Official
COConvert Out
COConsumer Ombudsman (UK)
COConservation Operations
COConseiller d'Orientation (French)
COCase Operations
COCertified Orthotist (ABC)
COColumbia Orchestra (Ellicott City, MD)
COComitissa (Latin: Countess, Codices And Manuscripts)
COCustodial Officer
COConstraint Oriented
COChosen Overseer
COCoastal Chart
COCircuit Overseer (Jehovah's Witnesses)
COCaucasian Ovtcharka (dog breed)
COCommand Outpost
COCaptive Office (Nortel)
COConsolidated Obligation
COAir Post Official (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
COCiceronian Oration
COCombat Aptitude Area
COCongregation of the Oratory, Oratorians (religious order)
COComercializadora de Occidente SA (Guatemala)
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Melendez expressed her hope that cutoffs for artists be uniform in tapings.
When concurrently examining the number of cases with false-positive and false-negative results (missed cases) as a function of TSH concentration cutoff, an inverse relationship was observed (Figure 2).
'Until that is done, every other thing that is being paraded as cutoff mark is fictitious and therefore, the public is hereby warned not to fall prey to these fraudsters.
Also, this study did not analyze correlations of AHtR with other anthropometric parameters and age, as it was designed to identify a meaningful sex-specific AHtR cutoff that predicts a higher cardiometabolic risk, a concept which is similar to widely used cutoff value 0.5 for waist-to-height ratio.
The rounded LoD cutoff gave a sensitivity of 97.9% (95% CI, 92.0-99.6) for MACE (Fig.
[17] The diagnostic accuracy was calculated by determining sensitivity and specificity for various MUAC cutoff points including cutoff suggested by WHO.
Seepage reduction can be accomplished by using thin cutoffs such as steel or concrete walls, impervious membrane or linings on the upstream face, impervious cores, upstream blanket of impervious earth, partially or completely penetrating rolled earth cutoff trenches, grout curtains, and slurry trenches (Sharma, 1991).
Our specific objectives were (1) to compare runoff from a conventional cutoff practice to a retroactively calculated runoff from the model and (2) to assess the input measurements required to apply the model in typical alfalfa operations.
The research also suggests that today's credit-score cutoffs are too high for the current level of actual market default risk.
The specificity of using the conventional D-dimer cutoff value for VTE (500 mcg/L) decreased with age from 57.6% in those ages 51 to 60 to 14.7% in those older than 80.
Sensitivity at a cutoff of 0.50 for White, Black, Hispanic, API, AIAN, and Multi-racial, respectively, was 85.2, 71.8, 71.0, 64.4, 0.0, and 0.3 percent, with each decreasing to a value of 0 percent at a cutoff of 1.
Vrees asked for a show of hands as to who uses a mean gestational sac diameter cutoff of 21 mm to define early pregnancy loss in the absence of both a yolk sac and embryo.