ROAD


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AcronymDefinition
ROADRoadway Express (stock symbol)
ROADReversible Obstructive Airway Disease
ROADRetired On Active Duty
ROADRadiology, Ophthalmology, Anesthesiology and Dermatology
ROADReorganization Objective Army Divisions
ROADRural Ontario Anarchist Development (Canada)
ROADRecherche Opérationnelle et Aide à la Décision (French)
ROADReading Opens All Doors
ROADRebel Outlaw Autoduelists (gaming)
References in classic literature ?
By the time I had arrived at the end of the road I had become completely absorbed in my own fanciful visions of Limmeridge House, of Mr.
You must take the right road to get to Butterfield.
The road for the French from Vienna to Znaim was shorter and better than the road for the Russians from Krems to Znaim.
Close to the road, on their left, was a roofless house, and a family of children crying underneath a tarpaulin shelter.
This road doesn't give him a chance--it's too snowy,' said Vasili Andreevich, who prided himself on his good horse.
I stand aside, messieurs, by my heap of stones, to see the soldiers and their prisoner pass (for it is a solitary road, that, where any spectacle is well worth looking at), and at first, as they approach, I see no more than that they are six soldiers with a tall man bound, and that they are almost black to my sight--except on the side of the sun going to bed, where they have a red edge, messieurs.
By half past eight, when the Deputation was destroyed, there may have been a crowd of three hundred people or more at this place, besides those who had left the road to approach the Martians nearer.
Jones suspecting what had happened, acquainted the guide with his apprehensions; but he insisted on it, that they were in the right road, and added, it would be very strange if he should not know the road to Bristol; though, in reality, it would have been much stranger if he had known it, having never past through it in his life before.
As the child complained of hunger and thirst, she climbed over the fence with him; and, sitting down behind a large rock which concealed them from the road, she gave him a breakfast out of her little package.
She looked back on her years of toil and contrasted them with the joyous life she had lived on the road.
We may long have left the golden road behind, but its memories are the dearest of our eternal possessions; and those who cherish them as such may haply find a pleasure in the pages of this book, whose people are pilgrims on the golden road of youth.
Four or five of them obeyed at once, two remaining on the road with the formidable beggar.