copse

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الإنجليزية - التركية
baltalık
çalılık
koru
{i} ağaçlık
koruluk
COPS
(Askeri) muhabere harekat planlama sistemi (communications operational planning system)
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A thicket of small trees or shrubs

Striking the highway beyond the little copse she skirted the dark iron palings enclosing Hare.

{n} a wood of small or low trees
{v} to preserve or keep for underwoods
a dense growth of bushes
{i} grove; coppice, thicket of bushes or small trees
To plant and preserve, as a copse
A wood of small growth; a thicket of brushwood
To trim or cut; said of small trees, brushwood, tufts of grass, etc
A copse is a small group of trees growing very close to each other. a little copse of fir trees. A thicket of small trees or shrubs; a coppice. a group of trees or bushes growing close together (coppice (14-21 centuries), from copeiz, from couper ( COPE); because a copse is formed by regular cutting)
cops
plural form of cop Police officers

All the cops in the donut shops say, Way-oh-way-oh-way-ooo-aaa-ooo.

cops
the cops: The police, considered as a group entity

Maybe he'll git the cops after you, Jack. I'll watch out fer dat, Nick, an' you must watch out too, answered Jack Sagger.

cops
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of cop
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Common Open Policy Service
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Computer Oracle Password and Security is a free system scanner for UNIX See TCP/IP Network Administration section 12 4 3 1
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Computer Oracle and Password System - a collection of security tools that are designed specifically to aid the typical UNIX System Administrator in the oft neglected are of computer security COPS does not attempt to correct or exploit any of the potential problems it finds
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Police officers
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Common Open Policy Service A QoS policy exchange protocol that allows communication between a Policy Decision Point (PDP) and a Policy Enforcement Points (PEP) such as switches, routers and gateways
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Computerised Operational Policing System
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Certificates of Participation
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Common Open Policy Service is an IETF standard to supply network switches and hubs with policy rules to help maintain Quality of Service
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Common Open Policy Service This is a protocol developed by IETF to provide a common methodology for policy services to communicate with devices that apply priority to traffic Named as a proposed standard in February 2000
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Comprehensive Occupational Pay Survey; A one-time survey conducted on Utah in 1995 by the Labor Market (Workforce) Information division of the Utah Department of Workforce Services It provides wage data for roughly 250 occupations statewide and data for six state areas
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Community Oriented Policing Services (WSP program)
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Community Oriented Policing Services, a program of the Department of Justice
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third-person singular of cop
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Competitive Opportunities Proceeding
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(Certificates of Participation)-Funds freed up on existing COPS Notes substituting insurance policy for a cash reserve fund to guarantee payment to the note holders
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(Computer Oracle Password and Security) This is known as the programs that are used to monitor various computer security vulnerabilities
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The connecting crook of a harrow
copses
plural of copse
copse
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