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COI

(in Britain) abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Central Office of Information
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Finally, this role is responsible for the most challenging portion of context management: adjudicating the various requests from users and COIs to integrate custom concepts and rules into official ontologies of the system itself.
Datos clinicos que sugieren la presencia de CNEP Datos clinicos Bibliografia Trauma social o familiar Moore y cois., 1994 (65); Berkho y cois., 1998 (66); Grith y cois., 1998 (67); Wood y cois., 1998 (68); Krawetz y cois., 2001 (69) Crisis no estereotipadas Silva y cois., 2001 (10) Cambios en la semiologia de las Reuber, 2003 (9) crisis Falta de respuesta a todas las Niedermeyer y cois., 1970 (70); AEDS o agravacion de las crisis Reuber, 2003 (9).
One strategy might be to go back to Figure 11.2, total up the projected administration expenses and COIs for the first 5 years which comes to $4,185 and direct 50% of the first year's annual premium ($10,000 - $500 = $9,500 / 2 = $4,750) to the guaranteed interest account to make sure the policy can fulfill its life insurance purpose even if unforeseen circumstances limit available funding in some future year.
This distance measure, which is the average value of the test statistic summed over all the significant pairwise interactions for a pair of environments, reflected both the frequency and the magnitudes of COIs.
DEFINING COMMUNITY: DIFFERENCES BETWEEN COPS AND COIS
More recently, there has been increasing attention to non-financial COIs such as personal, political, academic, ideological, or religious COIs.
Statistical analysis and data representation: Along with the representation of data of 1,068 patients of 178 union councils, the one-way ANOVA for evaluating the relationship between age group, sex and the cost of illness with the DALYs of therapies and the linear regression analysis (Barber et al., 2004) featuring bivariate correlation with Pearson correlation coefficient (p-corr.) were carried out between COIs and DALYs of all therapies of three diseases.
(2) In our study, female athletes reported a higher frequency of multiple COIs than male athletes (25% vs.
While research clearly outlines the significant role that different COIs have played in Canadian public policy and administration, their effects on policy change is difficult to determine because of their unique, complex, and temporary features.
Justifying CPG team membership, declaring COIs, identifying efficient ways of hearing constituent 'voices', defining and time-lining team tasks and roles, providing necessary training, and respecting individuals' efforts and time should ensure that CPG team members enjoy their experiences.
Brohawn said carriers' ratcheting up of COI charges in 2015 -- including a sixfold increase at one insurer -- represent both an opportunity and potential pitfall for buyers and sellers of in-force life insurance policies in the secondary market.
Each has a clearly defined area of specialization, one that makes them more readily referable for COIs. Indeed, successfully leveraging COI relationships starts with clearly identifying with whom to pursue relationships, then defining your value proposition as an advisor and as a firm so those COIs not only understand how you can add value for the clients they refer, the people they're referring to you understand it, too.