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Cow is the colloquial for cattle, and the name of adult female cattle.
Cow, cows or COW may also refer to:
Science and technology
- Cow, an adult female of several animals
- Distillation cow, a piece of glassware that allows fractions to be collected without breaking vacuum
- Cell on wheels, a means of providing temporary mobile phone network coverage
- Cluster of Workstations
- Cold work, in metallurgy
- Copy-on-write, in computing
- Circle of Willis, a connection that supplies blood to the brain
- Cow (film), a 2009 Chinese film
- Cow (public service announcement), an anti texting while driving public service announcement
- The Cow (film), a 1969 Iranian film
- Cows (band), noise rock band from Minneapolis
- Vacas (English: Cows), a 1991 Spanish film
- Computer Originated World, referring to the globe ID the BBC1 TV network used from 1985 to 1991
- Cows, a 1998 novel by Matthew Stokoe
- "Cows", a song by Grandaddy from their 1992 album Prepare to Bawl
- Cow, character in the animated series Cow and Chicken
- The Cows, a fictional character from the novel Animal Farm
- City of Westminster, an Inner London borough
- Cowdenbeath railway station, Scotland, by National Rail station code
- College of Wooster, a liberal arts college in Ohio, US
- Coalition of the willing, collective participants in military interventions that fall outside of United Nations peacekeeping operations
- Correlates of War, an academic study
- Cost of war
- Coventry Ordnance Works, a former British gun manufacturer
- Can of worms (disambiguation)
- Crude oil washing
- Cows (ice cream), a Canadian ice cream brand
- Cow, part of a cow-calf railroad locomotive set
- Sacred cow (disambiguation)
- Cowes Week
- Kow (disambiguation)
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