Try searching one of the following print sources for legal abbreviations that were not found online. These publications are available regularly in legal and other libraries. In legal documents, it is common to cite other publications using standard abbreviations for the title of each source. Abbreviations can also be found for common words or legal phrases. These quotes and abbreviations can be found in court decisions, laws, regulations, journal articles, books and other documents. Below is a basic list of very common abbreviations. Since publishers have different practices regarding printing abbreviations, abbreviations can be found with or without dots for each letter. For example, the Code of Federal Regulations may be abbreviated to “C.F.R.” or simply “CFR.” Note: We have 22 other definitions for KOR in our acronym Attic See also “ad.” above. “vs.” is used in most scholarly writings in other fields, but “v.” is used in legal writing only. Komitet Obrony Robotnikov (Committee for the Defence of Workers) The numerical value of KOR in Chaldean numerology is: 2 What does KOR mean? — Discover the different meanings of the acronym KOR on the Abbreviations.com website.
An ancient Hebrew and Phoenician unit of measurement of capacity For abbreviations not included in this list, here are some alternative sites to look for: KOPP – KOPRI – KOPS – KOPT – KOPX – Kor. – KORA – Korail – KORAMIL – KORD An ancient unit of Hebrew capacity equal to 10 baths or 10 ephahs.