What a momentous time in history for the ABCA to take its 59th annual convention to the beautiful city of San Antonio, the home of the Alamo and those 200 heroic and brave Texans who stood their ground and died for freedom in 1836.
What does COSA stand for?
COSA stands for City of San Antonio (Texas)
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We have 100 other meanings of COSA in our Acronym Attic
- Corporation for Open Systems Executive Industry Group
- Complementary Symmetry Metal-Oxide Semiconductor
- Escherichia Coli or Simian Kidney (biology)
- Carbon Monoxide Safety Association (Eastlake, CO)
- Casualties of Sexual Allegations
- Central Ontario Soaring Association
- Certificates of On-Site Systems Approval (confirmation of septic system inspection)
- Children of Substance Abuse
- Circles of Support and Accountability
- City of Saint Augustine (Florida)
- City of Santa Ana (California)
- Clustering Objects on Subsets of Attributes
- Co-Sex Addicts Anonymous (Minneapolis, MN)
- Codependents of Sex Addicts
- Collegiate Society of Advertising (Ateneo de Manila University; Philippines)
- Combat Operational Support Aircraft
- Committee on Substance Abuse (various organizations)
- Committee on Sustainability Assessment (international consortium)
- Communications Open System Architecture
- Company of Science & Art
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Closed in 1901, the quarry was given to the city of San Antonio, whose leaders envisioned a "grand floating oasis.
With abundant water and unvarying climate (water temperature changes only 5-7 degrees throughout the year), the Spanish thought it ideal for the five missions built between 1718 and 1731 in and around what is now the city of San Antonio.
Even though the groups they represent combine to make the smallest ethnic group in the San Antonio metropolitan area, Beth Costello, Director, International Relations for the City of San Antonio said that they are among the first to contribute time, energy and even money to community based projects.