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COG

Abbreviation for center of gravity.

CoG

centre of gravity
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Getting the definition of a COG correct, however, is only half the battle.
COG and its partners recognized the need to align the plan with the structure the federal government uses to address emergencies.
The fact that Cog "came alive" when it was given skin (implanted with sensors) gives added meaning to therapeutic touch.
Locomotion is accomplished through the forward progression of the COG within the limits of stability.
Using his definition, Echevarria lays out a three-step process for COG identification:
Under this COG amendment scheme, a simple 'majority of Congress could pass legislation radically altering the constitutional prescription for House and Senate succession.
Modern-day COG theorists have their own variations on the definition, which obviously had some influence on the current joint definition.
The Bedor and Presby families have run the Railway since they and a consortium of other investors bought the Cog Railway from Ellen Teague in 1983.
2) The definition of COG that featured in the 1998 interim edition of JMAP doctrine remained essentially unchanged between then and the recent review: "The key characteristic, capability or locality from which a military force, nation or alliance derives its freedom of action, strength or will to fight at that level of conflict.
Clausewitz, however, as we have noted above, used the term Schwerpunkt which, scholars have noted, should mean "weight of focus or point of effort", a concept evidently different from COG which can be understood as a hub or the central source of power of the adversary.
Headquartered in Chicago, COG has had primary accounting & administrative responsibilities with Architecture & Engineering firms for high profile projects in 40 States in North America, Asia, and Europe.
Honda's cog ad ticks all the boxes for car ads: it's incredibly watchable, clever and memorable with a great soundtrack, too.