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coss

(kɒs)
n
(Units) another name for kos
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Noun1.coss - (in India) a unit of length having different values in different localities
linear measure, linear unit - a unit of measurement of length
References in classic literature ?
"One er dem big cat-tail-lookin' mullen-stalks would grow in heah, Mars Tom, I reck'n, but she wouldn't be wuth half de trouble she'd coss."
By Peter Coss. (Cambridge: Past and Present Publications/Cambridge University Press, 2003.
Today, a diverse range of firms are aware of the benefits of manufacturing software, thanks in large part to COSS, which has been in business for a decade and has grown because of the focus on clients in the make-to-order, assemble-to-order, make-to-stock and mixed mode manufacturing areas.
Coss remembers seeing an adult female fail to flip out of the way fast enough and take a full strike from a rattlesnake.
Coss indicated he used the Kohler engine, "because Kohler is used all over the country" and "it seems to work well on construction sites."
El pasado 19 de marzo, durante una celebracion calida y concurrida, Wendy Coss y Leon celebro tres anos de editar su Teorema, el unico medio especializado hasta hoy, y preocupado, en difundir todas las modificaciones que ha introducido en nuestra vida el factor ambiental.
In both collections many of the poems are "hot stuff," as one of Coss s back-cover blurbs attests.
Professor Coss intends his book 'as a work of synthesis and as an essay in interpretation'.
The main body of the URW removed Milan Stone as president recently, replacing him with secretary-treasurer Kenneth Coss. Coss, who won handily, ran on a platform that promised a more aggressive leadership and no concessions in bargaining.
The Development Trust Association Scotland (DTAS) and its A-Community Ownership Support Service (COSS) is driving the agenda in Scotland.