OBSC

AcronymDefinition
OBSCObscure
OBSCObscene
OBSCOracle Balanced Scorecard
OBSCOcala Breeders’ Sales Co.
OBSCOliveira do Bairro Sport Clube (Portugese)
OBSCOttawa Beavers SCUBA Club (Canada)
OBSCOpen Bible Standard Church
OBSCOcean Beach Surf Club (Lavallette, NJ)
OBSCOuter Banks Skate Camp (North Carolina)
OBSCOral-B Sonic Complete (toothbrush)
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The recent history of the dwindling OBSC fall mixed sale reflects this.
THE downward money trajectory of the preferred sessions at the OBSC fall mixed sale over the last two years indicates that stabilisation is far from near.
Overall for both sessions at OBSC this year, 509 horses were catalogued (29 per cent fewer than in 2008) and 301 lots sold (21 per cent less than in 2008), for an aggregate of $2,356,200, an average of $7,828 and a median of $4,200.
Realistically, the quality of stock offered at OBSC, including the preferred session, is generally equivalent to mid-to-back-of-the-catalogue lots at Keeneland November.
27) Formed in protest of alleged OBSC and ABMHS abuses of New Testament faith and practice, the EOBC drew the ire of the OBSC.
OBSC protests and warnings that the BCNPC was a divisive group undoubtedly solidified the committee's recommendation.
The collapse of the BCNPC brought about a temporary reconciliation of most Oregon Baptists, as the MOA, Grande Ronde, and even the previously independent Eastern Baptist Association of California and Oregon (EBA) cooperated with the OBSC.
Moderate Landmarkers who stayed with the OBSC saw greater potential for the new century through cooperation with the state convention and its national partners.
The sales-topping bid, made by agent Buzz Chace on behalf of New Jersey businessman Al Gold, is the highest price paid for a horse of any age at an OBSC sale.