CSO


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CSO

(in Britain) abbreviation for
(Military) community support officer
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By encouraging community engagement in the full system of social problem solving, the CSO enables a focus on "What do we want?
Jarvi succeeds such pre-eminent directors as Leopold Stokowski, Fritz Reiner, Max Rudolf, Thomas Schippers and Jesus Lopez-Cobos as the CSO music director.
The city does not have a separate storm system in many areas, and may be subject to more than a dozen CSO activations per year due to increased flow.
But whereas five years ago, in the chaotic aftermath of the breakdown of the Soviet Union, the Russian authorities were happy to reach an agreement - any agreement - with the CSO, today the spirit of nationalism is stirring in Sakha, which has no source of revenue apart from its diamonds, and Russia is responding to this internal pressure by taking a more hard-line approach to its negotiations with the CSO.
In large measure, the CSO issue attained its visibility and importance to EPA because of the efforts initiated by local government officials in Richmond, Virginia -- most especially former Mayor and current Councilmember Geline Williams.
Best believes the company's future earnings will be further enhanced via fee income given that CSO also will administer AHL's existing block of creditor business.
It is important to note in the context of the data publication that the consumer price index calculated by the CSO is the general measure of inflation, in line with international practice.
According to Georgiades, the CSO has ordered a project cost analysis, which will be followed by an official budget request to the finance ministry.
CSO Director Abdul Rahman Ghafori told a press conference in Kabul the World Bank (WB) had provided the Ministry of Finance with $14m in 2012 to estimate the country's populations through the CSO.
In cooperation with Ministry of Telecommunications, the CSO has updated all data related to information and telecommunication sector in Kuwait and was sent to all relevant international organizations.
Starting in October, CSO deployed experts from the Department of State, USAID and departments of Justice and Health and Human Services to help the embassy plan and execute a two-phase election reporting and observation mission.
Once completed, the CSO Control Program will have separated nearly 7,000 acres of combined sewer pipeline and will eliminate 1.