co

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Kobalt elementinin simgesi
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
County
corrections officer
commissioned officer
commanding officer
Colorado, a state of the United States of America
company
state in the western United States
{i} any military rank between second lieutenant and colonel (in the U.S. Army)
benzamide
one who refuses to serve in the military due to personal or religious beliefs
benzile
urethane
You use and co. after someone's name to mean the group of people associated with that person. Wayne Hussey and co. will be playing two live sets each evening. Colombia (in Internet addresses). The symbol for the element cobalt. Corinthians. the written abbreviation of Colorado. American Broadcasting Co. Co operative Republic of Guyana National Broadcasting Co. 3M Co. American Express Co. American Fur Co. Anheuser Busch Co. Inc. Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad Co. Boeing Co. Canadian National Railway Co. Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Co. Chicago and North Western Transportation Co. Co operative Commonwealth Federation Coca Cola Co. Colgate Palmolive Co. Del Monte Foods Co. Disney Co. Dow Chemical Co. DuPont Co. East India Co. East India Co. Dutch East India Co. French Eastman Kodak Co. Economic Co operation and Development Organisation for Erie Railroad Co. European Aeronautic Defence and Space Co. Ford Motor Co. Fox Broadcasting Co. Gannett Co. Inc. General Electric Co. Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. Great Northern Railway Co. Hewlett Packard Co. Honda Motor Co. Hudson's Bay Co. Illinois Central Gulf Railroad Co. JPMorgan Chase & Co. Levi Strauss & Co. Macy & Co. Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd. Montgomery Ward & Co. Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. North West Co. Northern Pacific Railway Co. Ohio Co. Pennsylvania Railroad Co. Pillsbury Co. Procter & Gamble Co. Quaker Oats Co. Triangle Shirtwaist Co. fire United Fruit Co. Wells Fargo & Co. Western Electric Co. Inc. Woolworth Co. British Petroleum Co. PLC Anglo Persian Oil Co. Ltd
Co. is used as a written abbreviation for county before the names of some counties, especially in Ireland. Co. Waterford
Co. is used as an abbreviation for company when it is part of the name of an organization. the Blue Star Amusement Co
{i} brittle silver-white metallic element used in a variety of alloys
Central Office (of a telephone company)
Short for Central Office
Central Office
Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless, flammable and very toxic gas produced by the incomplete combustion of carbon It is also a byproduct of many chemical processes A chemical asphyxiant; it reduces the blood's ability to carry oxygen Hemoglobin absorbs CO two hundred times more readily than it does oxygen
a state in west central United States in the Rocky Mountains
Central Office A telephone company facility within which all local telephone lines terminate and which contains the equipment required for switching voice communications across the telephone network For DSL service, special equipment is set up at the CO to support DSL service for customer lines terminating at the CO
A local telephone switching system that connects lines to lines and lines to trunks Sometimes used to refer to the building in which a switching system is located and the associated equipment Also the physical point where calls enter the long distance network, sometimes referred to as Class 5 office, end office, or Local Dial Office
Central Office: A circuit switch that terminates all the local access lines in a particular geographic serving area; a physical building where the local switching equipment is found xDSL lines running from a subscriber's home connect at their serving central office
(Central Office) -- A physical building where the local telephone switching equipment is found
A poisonous gas resulting from the incomplete combustion of carbon The principal source in the atmosphere is from motor vehicle exhaust gases When it combines with the hemoglobin of the blood, it does not allow the absorption of oxygen
It is used before vowels and some consonants
one who refuses to serve in the armed forces on grounds of conscience
Central Office (head office in a multi-site organisation)
an odorless very poisonous gas that is a product of incomplete combustion of carbon
pref. together, as partners
Central Office Telephone company facility where subscribers’ lines are joined to switching equipment for connection to each other, locally and long distance Sometimes the same as the overseas term "public exchange"
(Central Office) The telephone company building where subscribers' lines are joined to switching equipment for connecting other subscribers to each other, locally or long distance
a hard ferromagnetic silver-white bivalent or trivalent metallic element; a trace element in plant and animal nutrition
A telephone company office that functions as a switchboard, allowing one subscriber to communicate with another
A form of the prefix com-, signifying with, together, in conjunction, joint
The phone company's central switching station
Central Office (or 'switch')
Hub or switching station for the telephone network Each CO serves a specific geographic area
A colorless, odorless gas resulting from the incomplete combustion of fossil fuels Over 80% of the CO emitted in urban areas is contributed by motor vehicles CO interferes with the blood's ability to carry oxygen to the body's tissues and results in numerous adverse health effects CO is a criteria air pollutant
Central Office, in reference to the phone company's central switching station for a given area
Short for Central Office, as in a telephone company's central office In order to qualify for DSL service, you must be within 12,000 feet (or just over two miles) of your CO Back to Top
Telephone Company's Central Office
abbr Central Office
A circuit switch that terminates all the local access lines in a particular geographic serving area; a physical building where the local telephone company's switching equipment is found DSL lines running from a subscriber's home connect at their serving Central Office
A facility of a telecommunications common carrier where calls are switched In local area exchanges, central offices switch calls within and between the 10,000-line exchange groups that can be addressed uniquely by the area code and first three digits of a phone number
{i} corporation, firm
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