RO

(redirected from Routine Order)
AcronymDefinition
RORomania
RORadio
RORemoval of (medical)
RORun on (proofreading)
ROReverse Osmosis
RORight On
RORide-On (Montgomery County, Maryland transit provider)
RORagnarok Online (computer game)
RORoyal Oak (Michigan City, MI, USA)
RORead Only
RORegional Office
RORule Out
RORollover (financial)
RORovigo (Italy)
ROReadout
ROReorder (proofreading)
RORondônia (Brazilian state)
RORestraining Order
ROReliability of Operations
ROReverse Order
RORemains Open
RORadio Operator
RORed Orchestra (computer game)
RORegistered Owner
ROReserve Officer
RORecord Only
RORevenue Officer
ROResponsible Officer
ROResearch Only
ROResearch Objective
RORough Opening (construction)
RORoom Only (hotel)
RORock Opera
RORenewables Obligation (UK)
RORepair Order
RORuimtelijke Ordening (Dutch: spatial development)
RORisk Officer
RORussian Orthodox
RORadiation Oncologist
RORobust Optimization
RORequired One-Time
RORanking Officer
ROReceptor Occupancy (pharmacology)
RORoutine Order (Canadian Military)
ROReporting Officer
RORingOut
RORetired Officer (UK)
RORemote Operations
RORescue Officer
RORemote Office
ROTarom Romanian Air Transport (IATA airline code)
RORecherche Opérationnelle (French: Operations Research)
RORadar Operator
RORecognized Organization (various countries)
RORegistration Officer
ROReceive Only
RORequest Order
ROReactor Operator
RORequested Off (work schedule)
RORoyal Observatory
RORegnum Online (video game)
RORevenue Outturn (UK)
RORestriction Orifice (device used to drop pressure in a pipe)
ROResident Office
ROReviewing Official
RORequirements Officer
ROResidence Order
RORaphe Obscurus
RORange Only (sonobuoy, AN/SSQ-47)
RORoute Order
RORégime Obligatoire (French: Required Plan; health care)
RORelay Operator
RORate Offset
RORight Outboard
RORequirements Objective
RORequisitioning Objective
RORadiological Officer
RORegional Operation (various organizations)
RORotate Out (Hyper Logo Turtle Graphics command)
RORedistribution Order
RORutas Orientales (Spanish: Eastern Routes)
RORouting Office (US Navy)
RORegrets Only (invitation response)
RORéponse Objective (French)
RORegistered Optician
ROReportable Occurrence
ROResistive Open
RORouting Organisation
ROReport Orderly
ROUS Revenue Private Die Proprietary (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
References in periodicals archive ?
The luck was on our side and finally when he removed the planted Routine Order from the notice board under watch, we spotted him.
Adding to the order, the chairman of the MP Madrasa Board, Syed Imad Uddin, told ANI that it's a routine order to celebrate the I-Day.
He said that the university officials did not find evidence of robbery or resistance when they reached the crime scene while TV was on and things were in routine order.
Sound, as if smothered by this great absorber, The smooth blanket tainted by man's routine order, Now, look once more, while still this sight, As the ebb begins by the sun's bright light.
Notes would have been useful explaining some things Drucker takes for granted his audience would understand: "up funnel, down screw" is an example of a nautical term used by BF and his contemporaries I had no clue about (it was a routine order issued on early steam warships to furl sails and engage the steam engine and was slang for changing direction).
Trained as a scientist, he enlisted at the outbreak of World War II and some two years later responded to a Routine Order seeking volunteers to learn Japanese.
Gina and her husband run a small cleaning business and began to suspect that something was wrong when a routine order for cleaning products was declined.
The Ford vans are used in every stage of the blood donation process, from collecting the blood from the village halls and schools where blood donation sessions are set up, then transporting the donated blood to our regional processing sites where it is tested, processed and sorted, through to delivering units of blood to hospitals, whether as part of a routine order or under emergency blue-light cover to meet a hospital's urgent needs, said Bannon.
Stat tests on inpatients are ordered frequently for many reasons, such as the patient's desire to be discharged, or someone having forgotten to write the routine order.
Full browser ?