coda coda  /ˈkoʊ də/


  • (n) the closing section of a musical composition


  1. If Israels war with Hezbollah ends for Israel as badly as it has started, it could well mean a harsh coda to Ariel Sharons lifes work.
  2. Bill Eppridge, who photographed the Woodstock music festival 40 years ago for Life magazine, remembers it as a beautiful coda to a painful decade.
  3. ISADORE SHARP had a different coda in mind for the twilight of his career.



    Company Contact: Geoff Turner, Director and Group Officer Coda Octopus Group Inc. CODA OCTOPUS RELEASES ITS NEW REAL TIME 3D UNDERWATER CONSTRUCTION SOFTWARE Lakeland, Fl. June ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Thomson Reuters ONE via Yahoo! Finance

  2. Electric car maker Coda wins approval to sell assets to Fortress

    (Reuters) - U.S. electric car maker Coda Automotive has won bankruptcy court approval to sell its assets for $25 million to a group of lenders led by Fortress Investment Group , a filing showed on Tuesday. Under the deal, Fortress group will pay $1.7 million in cash, and the remainder will come by way of a "credit bid," in which Fortress will bid for the assets of Coda using debt owed instead of ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Reuters via Yahoo! News

  3. Electric-Car Maker Coda Wins Approval of Fortress Sale

    Coda Holdings Inc., parent of the electric-car maker that sold fewer than 100 vehicles, won court approval of a $25 million sale to a group led by a Fortress Investment Group LLC (FIG) unit.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Bloomberg


  1. "We have to start with this," Nicholson said. "There are certainly ways we can prepare our athletes and get a building up for Hockey Canada with these funds. We certainly want to get going on the construction design and working with CODA as...
    on Nov 20, 2006 By: Bob Nicholson Source:

  2. "The Gates era has already ended-this is the coda," says Mitch Kapor, founder of Lotus, the spreadsheet giant humbled by Microsoft in the 1980s. "Today, Google is the defining company in the industry."
    on Jun 21, 2008 By: Mitch Kapor Source: Newsweek

  3. "It's a kind of poetic coda," Sheridan said. "The audience is not going to listen to that and reinterpret the film through the song. But if they listen to it over time, they get an added perspective that carries a lot of weight - but...
    on Feb 3, 2004 By: Jim Sheridan Source: USA Today

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