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COG

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for the Republic of the Congo. The code is used for transactions to and from Congolese bank accounts and for international shipping to the Congo. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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In that sense, the COG or Schwerpunkt (point of effort) becomes an idea more than something physical which can be dominated through the use of force alone.
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. In the directive, the IRS said it would not challenge taxpayers that apply that method.
After clarifying the relationships between strategic COGs and strategies, the paper now discusses how to affect the adversary's COGs most efficiently.
The COGs of Alexander the Great, Gustavus Adolphus, Charles XII of Sweden, and Frederick the Great, for instance, resided in their respective armies.
The cogs responded by opening and permitting blood to flow to the lungs.
In response to questions from CoGS members while presenting the motion, Jones said that the title of archbishop is "intended to be a way to signify...important status." The NIAB would not have the same role as the Anglican Church of Canada's metropolitans, who oversee episcopal provinces.
JP 5-0 states that planners should analyze COGs within a framework of three critical factors: critical capabilities, critical requirements, and critical vulnerabilities.
In no instance will COGS for franchise tax reporting purposes equal the amount used for federal income tax reporting purposes or for financial accounting purposes.
Definition (5) simply defines COGs as sources of strength.
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).
Peter Wall, dean of the diocese of Niagara and chair of the General Synod Planning Committee, announced the committee was proposing the theme in a presentation to Council of General Synod (CoGS) June 3.