a nontreaty organization of the NATO nations except Iceland, and with the addition of Japan, that sets rules on exports of strategic goods to Communist countries: formed in 1949.
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How to use COCOM in a sentence
The life of COCOM was saved by my uncle Miguel, and with him gratitude is more powerful than religion.The Harlequin Opal, Vol. 1 (of 3) | Fergus Hume
Jack made his appearance in the patio in the company of COCOM, whose presence he required in the delicate proposal he had to make.
At dawn all will be ready, and COCOM can so twist the thread that when the opal hangs motionless it will glow blue.
This was COCOM's idea in the matter, therefore he proceeded to put an image of Huitzilopochtli in the place occupied by the cross.
Perhaps something of his purpose showed itself in his eyes, for COCOM suddenly darted out of the chapel and disappeared.