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acr. cost of goods sold


COGS, used as an acronym, may refer to:

  • Cost of goods sold - an accountancy metric
  • Shepparton, Victoria or City of Greater Shepparton
  • Community Online Gaming Service, a gaming platform connecting to GameArena
  • Community of Genoa Schools sports teams, see Genoa, Illinois#Schools
  • Community Organisation Grants Scheme, a community-driven fund in New Zealand that provides grants to non-profit community organisations that deliver community-based social services.
  • Councils of governments
  • The University of Birmingham's School of Computer Science departmental society
  • The University of Sussex School of Cognitive and Computing Sciences
  • The Centre of Geographic Sciences at the Nova Scotia Community College

Cogs may also refer to:

  • Cogs - parts of a gear system
  • Cogs (video game), a puzzle game by Lazy 8 Studios, LLC
  • The Cogs, the antagonists of the MMO Toontown Online.
Cogs (video game)

Cogs is a puzzle game released in 2009 by Lazy 8 Studios, originally released as a Microsoft Windows title, but receiving subsequent ports to other operating systems, mobile platforms, and game consoles. The game requires the player to manipulate a three-dimensional object's sides as sliding block puzzles as to complete specific goals, such as meshing gears to complete a clockwork mechanism or routing gas flow through pipes to a balloon.

Cogs was named as the 2010 Indie Game Challenge Grand Prize winner.

Usage examples of "cogs".

The trading ships and cogs, the whaling boats pass over the rot of other craft.

I got the idiotic notion that it was happily digesting a mess of cogs, pinions and wheels.

With a ferocious swing he demolished the glass, with a fierce thrust he shattered the assembly of wheels and cogs behind.

We distributed several small cogs, a few clock wheels, several camera fitments, some small, tangled bunches of copper wire, and other attractive oddments.

He guessed by the cut of their shape that they were the small cargo ships and cogs that plied the River Chion-thar.

It smelled of lubricating oil, the blood of tyrant lizards with cogs and wheels for teeth, which lay strewn and silent in the dark waiting.

Most of the days were bright and breezy, and the cogs, coasters, and carracks made good time toward the free city of Telflamm.

The piers were filled to capacity with cogs and carracks, which were being unladen by longshoremen.

You see, the Iron Hands are a new thing, idiomatically national, with a single definite purpose, while the others are only cogs in an international machine.

Four servants came forward, two carrying a clockwork man of polished brass and steel, the other two a huge and heavy box full of cogs, pins, hooks, fastenersand most curiously of all, a large chessboard of alternating brass and steel squares.

Nowell, yes, that one will do, if you find me two more cogs just like this one in the box.

Servants came from behind the dais with another half-assembled goliwak, this of steel and bright copper, with pink slippers on its feet, a stiff skirt about its waist, and another huge wooden box of cogs, bits, pieces, screws, ends, and fittings.

Chains swing deadweight like useless limbs, snapping into zombie motion where cogs engage and flywheels turn.

Compared to them, the egalitarian Godmech Cogs were a harmless sect, even if their belief in the mechanicity of One True God was aggressively asserted.

They fumbled with levers embedded in their integral backpacks, setting in motion some powerful, hidden engine that dragged them off the streets and into the air as the belt-pulley turned, its powerful cogs interlocking and hauling the dark, bulky figures back up into the belly of their airship.