Definitions for "COD"
(Chemical Oxygen Demand) Chemical oxygen-consuming substances. A measure of the amount of oxygen required for the total chemical breakdown of organic substances in water.
Chemical Oxygen Demand. A measure of the amount of organic matter requiring oxygen for oxidation similar to BOD. COD is more widely used as it is a simpler procedure and includes the effects of non-biodegradable organic matter which can account for up to half the material discharged.
Chemical Oxygen Demand. The amount of oxygen required for the oxidation of organic or inorganic matter by a strong oxidizing agent under acidic conditions.
Keywords:  gadus, flesh, gadidae, morrhua, flaky
An important edible fish (Gadus morrhua), taken in immense numbers on the northern coasts of Europe and America. It is especially abundant and large on the Grand Bank of Newfoundland. It is salted and dried in large quantities.
Any large marine fish of the family Gadidae, esp. Gadus morhua, an important food fish.
lean white flesh of important North Atlantic food fish; usually baked or poached
Cash on Delivery. A transaction in which goods are paid for in full in cash...
Cash or check paid for goods at delivery, which may include the cost of shipping.
Shipments where customer pays moving charges at the time of delivery. For COD Shipments, payment is requires in cash, any major credit card, or company check (for business moves only & provided prior arrangements have been made).
Coalition on Donation. The Coalition on Donation is a national not-for-profit alliance of local affiliates and corporate partners that have joined forces to inspire all people to Donate Life through organ, eye and tissue donation. At the core of the organization's education efforts are the ongoing qualitative and quantitative research of public attitudes about organ and tissue donation and the development and dissemination of effective, motivating public service campaigns. Distributed at the national and community level, these multi-media compaigns effectively communicate two core messages: "Transplants give people their life back," and "Here is how you can help." Founded by the transplant community in 1992, the Coalition publishes brochures, program kits and other materials; provides technical assistance, training, information and referral services; and coordinates the National Campaign for Organ and Tissue Doation. it is comprised of national organizational members and local coalitions across the U.S.
Center for Organizational Development
Keywords:  razzed, carping, teased, wore, harass
harass with persistent criticism or carping; "The children teased the new teacher"; "Don't ride me so hard over my failure"; "His fellow workers razzed him when he wore a jacket and tie"
Keywords:  peascod, husk, pod
A husk; a pod; as, a peascod.
Catastrophic Optical Damage. Catastrophic optical damage occurs when the semiconductor in the emission region is melted and recrystallized. The recrystallized material is highly defective (analogous to scar tissue). This defective material in the emission region may not be observable using optical microscopy. The COD limit of a laser diode can only be determined by increasing the output power until the laser fails catastrophically. The COD limit is the output power when the laser fails divided by the emission area. The practice in the industry is that the COD limit should exceed the output power density during operation by a factor of two to three. The COD limit for most BLI high power laser diodes in the 800 nm to 980 nm spectral region is approximately two megawatts per square centimeter.
The Course Offering Directory, a web-based listing of U.Va. undergraduate and graduate courses. Sponsored by the Office of the Registrar, this searchable database contains listings of courses offered during a given semester. It is located on the Web at http://etg08.itc.virginia.edu/cod.pages/20043/cod.html.
ollect elivery - The USPS return by money order the amount due the sender. COD is unavailable with pre-sorted "BULK" mail.
The booklet "The Crawfords of Donegal" (2nd Edition 1897).
Keywords:  duped, hoax, fool, immigrant, everyone
fool or hoax; "The immigrant was duped because he trusted everyone"; "You can't fool me!"
Keywords:  deans, council
Council of Deans
The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Current English.
Keywords:  pillow, cushion
A pillow or cushion.
This deliverable is submitted at the FR and updated every six months thereafter for a period of 36 months.
Keywords:  fpn, penalty, notice, fixed, offer
Conditional Offer of a Fixed Penalty Notice. See FPN.
Keywords:  pouch, bag, small
A small bag or pouch.
The buyer of a product parts with his or her money only when the product has been delivered to a specified location, normally the buyer's home or business. If a business is a bad credit risk or is a new buyer, a vendor may require that merchandise be shipped COD unless it is paid for in advance of the shipping date.
Lets customers have products delivered to them before payment is made.
Keywords:  scrotum
The scrotum.
(Computer Originated Document) refers to any document that was originally created on a computer, like a word processing document or a spreadsheet.
Keywords:  centre, orbit, determination
Centre for Orbit Determination
the vessel that contains the seeds of a plant (not the seeds themselves)
Keywords:  extension, list, file, name
Code List (file name extension)
Keywords:  direction, change
Change of direction