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COD

abbreviation for cash on delivery.
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At the end of an hour Harvey would have given the world to rest; for fresh, wet cod weigh more than you would think, and his back ached with the steady pitching.
The Defense Logistics Information Services (DLIS) produced the first edition of the Multilingual A CoD P-2/3 Cd-ROM in April 2003.
Their main objection has been that there is no chemical reaction between ozone and COD, the oxidation reactions occur between ozone and organic compounds in the water solution.
The kickoff event was a cod tasting and educational seminar that introduced journalists, chefs, fish purveyors, and restaurateurs to the guest of honor.
Birds Eye are confident that it will be able to source sustainable cod in the future to ensure cod remains part of it portfolio, primarily for its flagship Captain Birds Eye Cod Fillet Fish Fingers.
The basis increase takes place at the time of the discharge (the year in which the COD income is incurred), and before the tax attributes reduction (the year following the discharge).
First, does COD income pass through to S corporation shareholders?
Remove the cod fillets from the marinade and dry with a clean towel.
The former Paraclete High/Antelope Valley pitcher is constantly reminded that one of eight Cape Cod players eventually makes the majors, including Mo Vaughn, Frank Thomas, Albert Belle and more than 100 others on 1999 major-league rosters.
The market characteristics are quite different and relatively unfamiliar in the case of the principal Alaska groundfish species, such as Alaska pollock and Pacific cod.
Blue Cod enables carriers to tap into a level of expertise and operational resources that would be both difficult and costly to build in-house," said Simon de Montfort Walker, executive vice president, operations, Blue Cod Technologies, Inc.
Sean Crow took top spot and the heaviest fish with his cod of 10lb 71/2oz taken from Swine Dene.