ROB


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AcronymDefinition
ROBReport on Business
ROBRoll Over Beethoven (song)
ROBRoyal Observatory of Belgium
ROBRijksdienst voor het Oudheidkundig Bodemonderzoek
ROBRight on Brother
ROBReview of Business
ROBRoad Over Bridge
ROBRetard-O-Bot (band)
ROBRemains on Board (sludge or liquid oil in tanks)
ROBRobotic Operating Buddy
ROBRe-Order Buffer
ROBRhythm of Business
ROBRhine Ordnance Barracks (Vogelweh-Kaiserslautern Germany)
ROBRun-Of-Book
ROBRestriction on Bail (UK)
ROBRest of Board (electronics, less important PCB components)
ROBRegionale Omroep Brabant
ROBReserve On Board
ROBRadar Order of Battle
ROBRusthuis Voor Bejaarden (Dutch: Rest Home for the Elderly; Belgium)
ROBReach of Budget
ROBRound of Beam
ROBRégion Ornithologique de Bretagne (French amateur bird breeders association)
ROBRadar Coded Observation
ROBRenewal of Bridges
ROBRandom Omnipotent Being
ROBRight Out Board (location of aircraft underwing pylons)
ROBRobertsfield International Airport, Harbel, Liberia
ROBRailway Operations Battalion (US Army)
References in classic literature ?
I had begun by asking questions, and I was going to rob Mrs.
I was afraid to sleep, even if I had been inclined, for I knew that at the first faint dawn of morning I must rob the pantry.
Two playmates had Rob in these gladsome early days.
Rob and his mother were sheltered over night in the jail, also, but next morning were roughly bade to go about their business.
Rob felt as though his heart was broken at this loss.
The truth is that Rob missed his old life in the forest no less than his mother's gentleness, and his father's companionship.
One morning as Rob came in to breakfast, his uncle greeted him with, "I have news for you, Rob, my lad
The best fellows are to have places with the King's Foresters, and the one who shoots straightest of all will win for prize a olden arrow--a useless bauble enough, but just the thing for your lady love, eh, Rob my boy?
One fine morning, a few days after, Rob might have been seen passing by way of Lockesley through Sherwood Forest to Nottingham town.
I wish these fellows had tried to rob me when I was at his time of life.
He is brought down to Chertsey, by men who seem to have taken a violent fancy to him, whether he will or no; and is put through a window to rob a house; and then, just at the very moment when he is going to alarm the inmates, and so do the very thing that would set him all to rights, there rushes into the way, a blundering dog of a half-bred butler, and shoots him
But it's worthy of the sneaking spirit that robs a live man.