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cose

(kəʊz)
vb (intr)
to make oneself cosy or comfortable
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Tickets to the anniversary event are $15 for COSE members and $30 for non-members and can be purchased by calling COSE at (216) 592-2222.
Our first year has been absolutely incredible because so many of these businesses have established relationships with one another on many levels, including support, business needs and referrals," says Colleen Beard, Home-Based Business Network Leader for COSE.
Such proposal will not only support a dignified life for millions of senior citizens, but also a fulfillment to President Duterte's socio-economic agenda on improving the social protection program of the country," said COSE Executive Director Emily Beridico in its position paper.
Total consideration for the COSE Transaction is USD 15m, of which USD 7.
In COSE the error covariance's are estimated from the variance in the HYCOM reanalysis).
Validity for the COSE was estimated using several constructs, including anxiety, number of skill classes taken, and amount of supervision received.
1992) scores on the COSE are highly reliable, predictive of counselor performance, and robust against counselors' theoretical orientation (Larson et al.
While I have had the opportunity to be a part of a half dozen or so presidential events in Cleveland, this was by far the most engaging visit I have been a part of and featured meaningful dialogue between the administration and those that attended," stated Steve Millard, president and executive director of COSE.
The EJI and the COSE were administered to measure perceived EI and CSE in counselors-in-training and professional counselors.
COSE believes mandatory paid sick leave will make Ohio even more unfriendly to businesses and employees by threatening in-state expansion and forcing companies to look elsewhere to set up shop.
Moreover, (a) trainees' scores on the Counseling Self-Estimate Inventory (COSE) increased about one standard deviation over their practicum scores, (b) counselors and psychologists reported higher COSE scores than did prepracticum trainees, and (c) people with at least one semester or more of supervision reported higher COSE scores than people who had no supervision (Larson et al.
COSE is the umbrella organization of 135 associations representing the interests of elderly citizens nationwide.