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COB

Abbreviation for Coordination of Benefits.

cob

1. a short-legged, thickset, strong type of horse, usually 13.2 to 14.2 hands high but not more than 15.2. Useful as a light cart horse or for riding as a means of transportation and for heavyweight riders wanting a steady rather than a flashy ride. Produced by mating polo pony stallions to carriage or light draft horses.
2. the central stem of a cob of corn (3); common as a cause of esophageal and intestinal obstruction in dogs.
3. male swan.
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Proceed with a specific review of the internal situation and accounts of the COB for the period 2008 to 2010, to make sure that the COB, as a legal entity, was not involved in any manner whatsoever in any of the allegations/charges against Nuzman in the framework of the ongoing investigation by the Federal Public Prosecutor in Brazil.
Sweetcorn is a hungry crop, so make sure you apply a general fertiliser regularly once the cobs start to appear.
The most significant drastic effects of pre-anthesis drought were observed in case of number of grains per cob.
The current research contributes to the body of extant literature by demonstrating that favorable COB image will encourage more prestige value, social self-expressive value, inner self-expressive value, but less uniqueness value; the interaction between COB image and self-expressive value (including social self-expressive value and inner self-expressive value) will be reinforced for consumers with promotion focus; COB effect functions significantly in luxury symbolic consumption when brands are strongly linked to the COB.
He said: "Being made president of the Welsh Pony & Cob Society in 2011 was one of the greatest accolades bestowed on me.
When the premium is added to the regular board compensation, median Non-Executive COB compensation is approximately 1.
When compared to standard curves for the absorption of Chlorophyll and Beta Carotene, the match of the new EconoLux COBs to those curves is almost perfect.
Emmit Francis, COB student, and Terrinique Bullard, COB graduate, along with Henry Hepburn, professor, gave a video presentation depicting the proposed site for the Innovation Lab.
2001) who applied 288 kg N ha-1 and achieved maximum plant remarkably greater in hybrids Hycorn-11+ and Hycorn-984 with average cob weight of 82.
Cob also works as a thermostat of sorts, regulating the temperature inside the house.
The relatively high EMC values for maize cob explain the greater propensity for the onset of mold growth and may determine minimal storage requirements.
Pam Cipriano, on behalf of the ANA BOD that she had been appointed to assume the position of Chair of the ANA COB on January 01, 2016 and will serve in this role through December 31, 2017.