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Close of Business

The end of a business day, usually between 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. Communication generally must be received by the close of business in order to be acted on before the next business day, though the advent of the Internet and smart phones has changed this somewhat.
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In this regard, the COB - together with an independent auditor - has already conducted a preliminary investigation which confirms that the COB accounts were properly audited and approved by the COB General Assembly and that, at this stage, no element has been found in relation to the ongoing case of Nuzman.
If you've planted early varieties of sweetcorn, you can expect to see the first cobs in July or August.
Table 1: Effect of pre-anthesis drought and foliar application of potassium at different concentrations on plant height and cob growth attributes under greenhouse conditions.
Next, this study discusses theoretical frameworks and the link between COB image and symbolic value.
The Autumn Cob Sale is an event which is firmly in the calendar of the Welsh Pony and Cob community and draws people from across the globe.
For example, our research indicates that a COB who is a founder or significant shareholder tends to get paid more than COBs who are not founders or significant shareholders.
Inventor Michael Roberts, CTO of EconoLux Industries, said; "It has taken us over 2 years, and hundreds of prototypes to perfect the spectrum of these COBs.
However, the local maize variety Afgoy had significantly lower cob weight of 74.
With cob, you only need the sun for drying the mud and rice straw mixture, Gozum says.
EFFECTS OF MAIZE COB SUPPLEMENTATION ON GROWTH AND DIGESTIVE PHYSIOLOGY
Our cob house, like many others being built today, is in the "Oregon cob" style, which descends from the cob-making tradition in the United Kingdom.
Cob is what you get when you mix clay earth, sand, straw and water together, creating a building material similar to the bricks of an adobe house.