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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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Beginning in 2008, a half-dozen evaluations of the ADF's application of COG analysis were published, mostly written in response to conceptual developments appearing in U.
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.
199 regulations do not require or permit corporations to allocate part of an inventory item's COGS to non-DPGR when the gross receipts from the sale of that item are treated as DPGR.
Keeping Pape's coercion equation in mind, targeting ability COGs is intended to alter the adversary's political calculations by undermining the adversary's confidence [~ p(B)] in its own strategy.
He advocates tracing multiple COGs back to a single one whenever possible.
Caption: Bishop Larry Robertson, of the diocese of Yukon, urges CoGS members to look into salaries across the national church at a presentation on living wages June 24.
COGs simply do not exist in the modern environment.
200801034L, that an entity's beginning inventory could, in fact, be used in the Texas COGS equation.
To get a clearer sense of the cost elements that are assigned to a typical COGs ratio, we also asked respondents to supply subtotals for their COGs expenditures.
3, Joint intelligence Preparation of the Operational Environment, which describes a COG as originating in a nodal system where it "typically will not be a single node in the system, but will consist of a set of nodes and their respective links" (6) with no explanation as to how to identify the system, and Air Force Doctrine Document 3-0, Operation's and Planning, which recommends synthesizing four different methodologies to identify and analyze COGs.
In a message to the church, CoGS said, "The General Synod may discern a legislative option is not the most helpful, and if so, we faithfully hope that through dialogue at General Synod an alternate way will emerge.
Contract Staff Shall Support Cogs Existing On-premises Infrastructure/personnel Components That Are Outlined In Section Iv.