Cocos


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Noun1.Cocos - coconut palmsCocos - coconut palms        
liliopsid genus, monocot genus - genus of flowering plants having a single cotyledon (embryonic leaf) in the seed
Arecaceae, family Arecaceae, family Palmaceae, family Palmae, palm family, Palmaceae, Palmae - chiefly tropical trees and shrubs and vines usually having a tall columnar trunk bearing a crown of very large leaves; coextensive with the order Palmales
coco, coco palm, cocoa palm, coconut palm, coconut tree, Cocos nucifera, coconut - tall palm tree bearing coconuts as fruits; widely planted throughout the tropics
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lat., and 94@ 33' long., we observed Keeling Island, a coral formation, planted with magnificent cocos, and which had been visited by Mr.
In this upper region coarse grasses and ferns abound; but there are no tree-ferns: I saw nowhere any member of the palm family, which is the more singular, as 360 miles northward, Cocos Island takes its name from the number of cocoa-nuts.
As one of the largest gaming developer communities with over 1.1 million developers, Cocos-BCX is a decentralized gaming and digital asset development platform integrated with the Cocos engine.
03 Yn olaf, ychwanegwch y cocos a'r bara lawr a chodi'r gwres tan y bydd y cyfan yn ffrwtian.
Both recent earthquakes in Mexico occurred deep within the Cocos plate, rather than on the surface, which significantly weakened the impact of their tremors.
Flannery (2003) [2] proposes early form of CoCos called reserve convertible debentures (RCD) to address too-big-to-fail problem.
Taken to an extreme, this would mean that our research with people who occupy formal offices, such as the Shire CEO on the Cocos (Keeling) Islands, and how they interact and engage with others, was an impossible project; clearly a view we do not share.
The EUR407m of state-owned CoCos are excluded from the FCC and the fully loaded CET1 ratio (9.75% at end-2015) as they have to be repaid by end-2017.
In addition to the loss absorption features noted above, CoCos are subordinate to depositors and other unsecured creditors of the issuer and the Qatar Central Bank has the discretion to cancel coupon payments.
The original proposal was for the ratio to be 20 percent shares and 80 percent CoCos, but the government is concerned that this may not safeguard the stateEe's holdings in the banksEe' share capital.