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COG

Abbreviation for center of gravity.
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Several members of CoGS suggested the council instead take a more active role in addressing the issues surrounding falling diocesan contributions.
Saturday afternoon, they faced the Cogs in a nearly empty Homer "Bill" Barry Gymnasium.
Russian military theorist Carl von Clausewitz is famously known to have given the concept of Centre of Gravity (COG) in his On War, until recently the Bible of war theory.
COGS secretary Julie Gibbon said: "It is a massive step forward to be able to get this study under way.
The first service of its kind in the UK, COGS trains, supports and employs local people with learning disabilities to become gardeners, who then earn a wage by maintaining the gardens of local elderly residents.
1.199-4(c) states that other deductions (i.e., expense items that are not recognized as COGS) are properly allocated to DPGR using the rules of the Sec.
The standards for specific identification versus allocation of COGS are similar to those for gross receipts.
The Small Business Simplified Overall Method is for businesses with annual gross receipts of less than $5 million and allows the allocation of COGS and overhead based on gross receipts.
Those broken cogs and that cosmic wheel rock and reel to amazing effect in Trilogy.