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COG

Abbreviation for center of gravity.
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The private sector representatives give their time free of charge to the ICT COG.
Each of the competing definitions of the COG has merit.
Lis, who spent three days at the centre during February on a short-term secondment, said: ``My secondment and subsequent class visit to Cog Moors Environmental Education Centre were fantastic learning experiences, not only for the children but for myself also.
That is what the law provides," the CoG secretariat told the Nation.
During the meeting, it was agreed that the multi-stakeholders technical committee be formed, chaired by the Controller of Budget and comprising COG, national Treasury and Auditor General who should table a full report in 14 days.
The ratings reflect COG's solid financial profile, driven by strong free cash flow generation from its core steelmaking business, which we expect to continue with support from a favourable domestic operating environment and COG's prudent financial policies.
15 November 2018 - New York, US-based digital agency Vector Media Group has acquired Pennsylvania, US-based Happy Cog, a content strategy, web design and development studio, the company said.
Cog's D4 Secure platform leverages modularity to isolate critical functions and services on connected devices.
Typically, the methods for measuring CoG of an S/C fall into two broad categories, that is, static methods and dynamic methods [2].
Joint Operation Planning Process, called the Joint Military Appreciation Process (JMAP), and as a part of this review it has updated its approach to COG analysis.
In fact, this is exactly the phrase used by the Austrian army to denote COG. 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.
UK-based Amerisur Resources Plc (LSE: AMER), an oil and gas producer and explorer focused on South America, has acquired Platino Energy (Barbados) Ltd from COG Energy for a total consideration of USD 7m, the company said.