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COG

Abbreviation for center of gravity.

CoG

centre of gravity
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This statement clearly indicates that identifying the COG should not precede problem analysis.
Meanwhile, in a report made in an earlier CoGS session, Bishop Linda Nicholls, commission member, spoke about the content of the report and initially about the commission's mandate.
As in the mechanical sciences, therefore, Clausewitz's military COGs have a centripetal quality; they represent a focal point--a location where forces come together.
471 and 263A determine the inventory cost of each unit of property and consider the 2008 expenses as part of the cost of producing B, the prior-period expenses that were part of COGS were viewed as costs to produce B.
This SoS method may have utility as a targeting tool, but for COG identification, it just does not work in the real world.
This omission is unfortunate, as Critical Factors Analysis (CFA) provides a sound analytical framework to assist planners in the analysis and identification of COGs and to assist in operational planning.
To get a clearer sense of the cost elements that are assigned to a typical COGs ratio, we also asked respondents to supply subtotals for their COGs expenditures.
A day prior to the vote, Monica Patten, chair of the financial management and development committee, explained to CoGS her committee's recommendation to remove the practice of including undesignated bequests from the budget saying that it wanted to establish "truth in numbers.
Although approved by a majority, some CoGS members were concerned about the motion to take a cash payout for a portion (retail and parking) of the Jarvis Street property, once the developer completes the construction of a new condominium tower there.
The feedback from farmers and COGS was that the quality and value for money of the company's products was superior to its rivals.
approved a motion asking officers of General Synod, "in consultation with staff, to ascertain present and future needs for office space for the national church and to make specific recommendations" at the March 2007 meeting of CoGS "regarding the use of the present site or the advisability of moving to a new location.
CoGS deferred action until its spring meeting on what resolution ought to come after members vote on the conclusion of the St.