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Synonyms for cog

a subordinate who performs an important but routine function

tooth on the rim of gear wheel

roll steel ingots

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join pieces of wood with cogs

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Stuart Webb, ICT cluster manager at AWM said: "The ICT COG is a key advisory body to the Agency and is a valued strategic partnership between the public and private sector IT industry.
The great Prussian military theorist appears to have derived his idea of the COG after being influenced by a series of lectures presented by German physicist Paul Erman, a professor at both the University of Berlin and the Prussian Allgemeine Kriegsschule (war college).
``As a result we have booked a return visit for later in the term.'' Education co-ordinator for the Cog Moors centre Liz Evans said: ``We are committed to improving the awareness and understanding of water and the vital role it plays in our everyday lives, and hosting students and teachers at our education centres is an ideal way to do this.''
BUDGET LINE CoG cited Article 207 (1), which establishes a Revenue Fund for each county government "into which shall be paid all money raised or received by or on behalf of the county government, except money reasonably excluded by an Act of Parliament" as the relevant part of the law that gave counties control over conditional grants.
COG has demanded an explanation on how the money was spend if it was really used as indicated.
COG has a smaller size and slightly lower profitability than Indian steelmakers, JSW Steel Limited (JSWS, BB/Stable) and Tata Steel Limited (TSL, BB/Rating Watch Evolving, standalone: BB-), as the Indian steelmakers have lower input and production costs as well as iron ore self-sufficiency.
Both Cog and SIEMonster are part of the San Francisco Landing Pad created by the Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade).
Complete CoG localization is then obtained by repeating the measurement after rotating the PUT.
This mistranslation has been one of the major problems informing the elusive understanding of COG. Military theorists and planners have been debating ad nauseam whether the COG denotes the strongest point of the adversary or his weakest.
In 2003, Honda launched The Cog, an advert that saw pieces of a Honda Accord car shaking, rattling and rolling across a room in a mesmerising display of technical wizardry.
In visual search, some fixations are made between stimuli on empty regions, commonly referred to as "centre-of-gravity" fixations (henceforth: COG fixations).
Together, these factors have been used to develop an overall measure of general intelligence for the Woodcock-Johnson Tests of Cognitive Abilities-Revised (WJ-R COG; Woodcock & Johnson, 1989; Horn & Noll, 1997).
Headquartered in Chicago, COG has had primary accounting & administrative responsibilities with Architecture & Engineering firms for high profile projects in 40 States in North America, Asia, and Europe.
Vici set up the voluntary organisation Little Cog dedicated to creating opportunities for disabled people.