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COB

Abbreviation for Coordination of Benefits.
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At the premieres post-party, Kosky noted that bringing Die tote Stadt into KOB's repertoire is, within an historical context, perfectly in keeping with the company brand he has built.
But she will need to improve after a difficult opener in which Kob had success with plenty of early left hands and appeared unfortunate to drop the first round.
It was a mass migration of make than 1.3 million white-eared kob. Against all odds, some species of southern Sudan's wildlife not only survived, but were now thriving --in numbers rivalling even the great Serengeti migration of wildebeest and zebra in nearby Tanzania.
Harvest Time Pick-your-own apples, snack bar, apple dumplings, cider doughnuts, wagon rides, playground, music by Korn Kob Band, 2-4 p.m.
Venue manager Kob said: "I am delighted that the event will showcase some great ales from around the British Isles alongside ales from our own award-winning brewery Oakham Ales." The festival includes live Irish/Celtic Folk Rock songs, and the Laurel and Hardy appreciation society will be hosting 'Blotto at the Bartons' film show from 8pm on May 11.
The "Most Senior Citizen in KOB" list comprised men and a couple of ladies; craftsmen, academics, professionals, Islamic scholars and social workers of the Pakistani community were all included.
Most hunters on safari took indigenous rarities like Uganda kob, and a few concentrated parts of their trip on local prizes like the Ssese Island sitatunga.
The centre is running an experiment with juvenile Silver Kob, scientifically known as Argyrosomus Inodorus.
The other new animals added to the zoo are the Pygmy Marmoset from Latin America, meerkat and Kobus Kob from South Africa.
Other entries provide the history of specific radio stations--such as KOB in Las Cruces/Albuquerque, KPFA in Berkeley, and KWKH in Shreveport--with descriptions of their shows, audience, announcers, owners, and format.
By Stephanie McCrummenBOMA, SudanAuHe grew up here, became a rebel here, and one day recently he was flying low across this vast grassy savannah in southeastern Sudan, now a park warden pointing out big-tusked elephants traipsing across the landscape.From the window of the small plane, Kolor Pino, who is also a general in the former rebel Sudan PeopleAAEs Liberation Army, could see a few black ostriches and then a skittish mass of yellowish-brown kob, a kind of antelope.
Over the past two weeks southern Sudan Ministry of Wildlife Conservation and Tourism and the New York based Wildlife Conservation Society worked to locate, immobilize, collar with radio/GPS/satellite tracking units, elephants, tiang and white-eared kob. The USAID funded operation covered Jonglei, Eastern Equatoria, and Central Equatoria States including Badingilo National Park, Boma National Park, Nimule National Park, Jonglei plains, and the Sudd wetlands.