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COG

Abbreviation for center of gravity.

CoG

centre of gravity
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At CoGS, Caroline Chum, Randall Fairey, Archbishop Fred Hiltz and Bishop Mark MacDonald read the gospel account of the Road to Emmaus.
Although decisive points could be linked to achieving effects that were broader than defeating the adversary's COG (or protecting one's own), the need to sequence them on a line of operations running toward defeat of the adversary's COG tended to limit their focus.
Still, when we use COG as some central point of the adversary which, when struck, will yield favourable results, we make the mistake of assuming that (a) the adversary is a simple rather than complex object and (b) that if it unravels, it will necessarily collapse and could not regenerate.
In March 2009, the IRS released an Industry Director Directive (LMSB 04-0209-004) in which the IRS Large and Mid-Size Business Division provided an acceptable method of allocating and apportioning prior-period compensation expenses (safe-harbor allocation method) that are not treated as part of COGS.
Most of the US military's definitions of COGs derive from Sir Michael Howard and Peter Paret's English translation of Clausewitz's On War, especially book 6 ("Defense") and book 8 ("War Plans").
Canon David Burrows, of the ecclesiastical province of Canada, then suggested that CoGS direct the House of Bishops to discuss the matter.
The intent of the proposed definition is to limit COGs to tangible agents that have a physical existence.
The Contractor, at COGs direction, shall manage the purchasing of the equipment listed in Attachment C for the participating agencies.
In using total revenue minus COGS to calculate its margin, an entity must take into account the following statement in the instructions to the new Texas franchise tax report:
FINANCIAL RATIOS In an earlier survey of public companies (Soft*letter, 12/15/87), we noted that software companies typically spend about 18% of their net revenues on COGS (cost of goods sold).
In addition, the restated financial statements in the 2006 Forms 10-QSB for the quarters ended March 31, 2006 and June 30, 2006, reflect updated inventory values and COGS for the first and second quarters of 2006 and 2005.