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COTA

 
Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant.

COTA

abbr.
certified occupational therapy assistant

COTA

certified occupational therapy assistant

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COTA

An occupational therapy assistant who has passed the national certification examination.
See: occupational therapy assistant
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Built on Ossia's patented smart antenna technology, Cota automatically keeps multiple devices charged without any user intervention, enabling an efficient and truly wire-free, powered-up world, that is always on and always connected.
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The ratings on Cota Bank reflects the bank's adequate capitalization and stable retail deposit profile.
Under the tie-up, BIGLOBE will offer a range of assistance to Japanese mobile content providers trying to start business in China, including taking care of paperwork in signing licensing agreements with SINA and COTA, and helping them translate Japanese content into Chinese, NEC said.
Democratic union organizers face opposition from the government, as well as from corporations and corrupt unions, explained Cota.
Carroll Shelby was an active philanthropist, who had a big heart," added COTA President Rick Lofgren.
About the size of a small PC tower, the Cota charger uses patented smart antenna technology to safely deliver targeted energy to Cota-enabled devices up to 30 feet away so they're always powered up and ready to go.
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SACS and COTA will then tap into the present West Africa Cable System (WACS) which connects Africa to Europe.
The COTA fundraiser, which was held on June 30, was a tremendous success and raised funds to help the families of future transplant patients pay for the cost of surgery.
The purpose of "One Million Miracles" is to provide local groups and individuals nationwide with a platform to raise awareness for the need for organ donors and to raise funds for COTA and COTA families.
The winners were announced on March 31 and among them were Millikan students Rodriguez, a seventh-grader, and eighth-graders Stephanie Sandoval, Mandy Cota, Kellie Kuehn and Michael Alvarez.