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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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The roof can be set directly on top of the cob walls, as ours was, or on poles before the cob walls are built.
Healthcare providers can work directly with health plans and clearinghouses to access the COB information.
Thanks to the increased insulating abilities of bale-cob, a small wood stove, and a large amount of interior thermal mass in the form of cob walls and earthen floors, our home is cozy and warm in the winter, even in below zero weather.
The presence or absence of cobs on the residue-protected plots did not affect sediment loss rates.
Originally named Smith's Dock No 3, the Cob saw service with the Royal Navy as Mary at Scapa Flow during the First World War, then as the Cob with Swan Hunter until it was sold to Tyne Towage Co.
The enzyme activities from the wheat bran/corn cob grown cells were determined at different xylan concentrations ranging from 0.
Bob Cob was on parade last week at Barfoots' biannual Cornfest, held at Sefter Farm in West Sussex, and his Corn Bus has been touring holiday locations in southern England.
The motivation behind this cottage was to create an example of a cob building that would inspire people with its beauty.
Since 70 to 80 percent of COB enrollments are in-state residents, and more than 95% of the first-time, full-time (FT/FT) students are under 21 years of age, the focal unit of analysis for this report has been NJ high school graduates.
Sweet corn refers to the type of corn eaten fresh, on or off the cob, frozen or canned.
VEGETARIAN (NO EGGS/DAIRY): marinated coleslaw, Cajun pinto beans, green beans, corn on the cob