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Close of Business, usually referring to a deadline for an office in another time zone

NY office told the LA office to have report e-mailed by COB.

Chairman of the Board
Chip on Board
Coordination of Benefits
a round loaf of bread; a small (4" diameter), round piece of crusty bread (in the English Midlands)
short for cobnut
A building material consisting of clay, sand, straw, water, and earth, similar to adobe. Also called cobb, rammed earth or pisé
To construct using mud blocks or to seal a wall using mud or an artificial equivalent
a gull
Close Of Business (Day)
To cut, trim or break into blocks of a convenient size
to throw, chuck, lob
a horse having a stout body and short legs
short for cobble or cobblestone
A male swan
The portion of a corn plant around which the kernels grow
{n} a head, the spike of ears of maiz
A sea mew or gull; esp
A cob is a round loaf of bread
A cobnut; as, Kentish cobs
To strike To break into small pieces, as ore, so as to sort out its better portions
Close Of Business (completed by end of business day)
one used for the saddle
Chip On Board A system in which semiconductor dice are mounted directly on a PC board and connected with bonded wires or solder bumps The dice are usually mechanically protected with epoxy
the black-backed gull (Larus marinus)
A Spanish coin formerly current in Ireland, worth abiut 4s
1) Continuity of Business 2) Close of Business
A short-legged and stout horse, esp
A spider; perhaps from its shape; it being round like a head
To punish by striking on the buttocks with a strap, a flat piece of wood, or the like
A leader or chief; a conspicuous person, esp
Coordination of Benefits See Nonduplication of Benefits (H)
stocky short-legged harness horse
Coordination of Benefits See Nonduplication of Benefits
nut of any of several trees of the genus Corylus
A punishment consisting of blows inflicted on the buttocks with a strap or a flat piece of wood
white gull having a black back and wings
Chip-On-Board One of many configurations in which a chip is directly bonded to a circuit board or substrate These approaches include wirebonding, TAB, or flip-chip interconnections
The axis on which the kernels of maize or indian corn grow
{i} corncob; male swan; short-legged horse; (British) roll, bun
A configuration in which a face-up bonded chip is directly attached to a printed circuit board or substrate and exclusively interconnected to the substrate conventionally, i e , by flying wires
clay mixed with sand, straw or gravel
A young herring
Coordination of Benefits A term used when a member has medical coverage from two different sources and both parties share the cost The COB department handles all insurance matters
adult male swan
mud used as a building material, placed then dried. Also called rammed earth or pisé
Chip on Board Assembly of one or more bare dies on a substrate by wire bonding
Coordination of Benefits An agreement that uses language developed by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners and prevents double payment for services when a subscriber has coverage from two or more sources For example, a husband may have BlueCross/BlueShield through his place of employment and the wife may have elected a HMO through her work The agreement gives the order for what organization has primary responsibility for payment and what organization has secondary responsibility for payment
A cob is a type of short strong horse. see also corn on the cob
Clay mixed with straw
'Kob' (Adenota kob) medium-sized antelope
Command that converts your source code into executable code It can compile COBOL, C, or assembler sources, generate native code, and link and build executable files
(A) Between a pony and a horse in size, from thirteen to nearly fifteen hands high The word means big, stout The original meaning is a tuft or head, hence eminent, large, powerful The “cob of the county” is the great boss thereof A rich cob is a plutocrat Hence also a male, as a cob-swan Riding horses run between fifteen and sixteen hands in height, and carriage horses, between sixteen and seventeen hands
A typical insurance provision whereby responsibility for primary payment for medical services is allocated among carriers when a person is covered by more than one employer-sponsored health benefit program This coordination prevents duplicate reimbursement for the same medical services
Coordination of Benefits, or crossover
Unburned clay mixed with straw
The top or head of anything
COBOL compiler name The default compiler driver program specified in the makefile template is cob2
Coordination of Benefits is a contract provision that prevents a covered person from profiting by collecting from two different group plans such that the total is greater than actual expenses COB provisions provide for primary and secondary status for the various plans involved and seek to guarantee that the total paid by all will not exceed 100% of the out-of-pocket expenses of the claimant
adult male swan stocky short-legged harness horse
chip on board: a bare die is attached to a PCB, wire bonded and subsequently protected with a glob of resin material
A lump or piece of anything, usually of a somewhat large size, as of coal, or stone
a spherical shaped loaf of bread; a bread roll
A fish; also called miller's thumb
a rich covetous person
Coordination of benefits If an employee, retiree, or eligible dependents are covered under more than one insurance plan, the insurance companies determine which coverage is primary The employee's or retiree's primary coverage will pay its benefits first, without regard to other coverage
cob coal
Coal in rounded lumps of various sizes. Also called cobbles
cob swan
{i} large swan
corn on the cob
Cooked ears of corn (maize, specifically sweet corn)
plural of cob
corn cob
Corn cobs are the long rounded parts of the maize or corn plant on which small yellow seeds grow, and which is eaten as a vegetable
corn cob
{i} core of an ear of corn
corn on the cob
Corn on the cob is the long rounded part of the maize or corn plant on which small yellow seeds grow, and which is eaten as a vegetable. the top part of a corn plant on which yellow seeds grow, cooked and eaten as a vegetable
sea cob
The black-backed gull
sea cob
seagull, type of bird

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    /ˈkäb/ /ˈkɑːb/


    [ 'käb ] (noun.) 15th century. Middle English cobbe leader.