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POBPlace of Business
POBPort of Baltimore (Baltimore, MD)
POBPoint of Beginning (land surveying)
POBPrice of Blood
POBPost Office Box
POBParti Ouvrier Belge (French: Belgian Labor Party)
POBPlace Of Birth
POBPoint of Balance (swords)
POBPRADCO Outdoor Brands (Elton B. Stephens Company)
POBPeripheral Order Buffer
POBPoint of Banking
POBPhenoxybenzamine (alpha-blocker)
POBPrinciples Of Business
POBParis Opera Ballet
POBPublic Oversight Board
POBProfessional Oversight Board (UK FRC)
POBPlastic Ono Band (John Lennon album)
POBPersons On Board
POBPatrick O'Brian (author)
POBProfessional Office Building
POBPension Obligation Bonds
POBPersonnel on Board
POBProjection Optics Box
POBPre-Opening Budget (hotel management)
POBPrevention of Blindness
POBPrince of Belvedair (Bushido album)
POBPilot on Board
POBPoint of Business (service management system)
POBPsychological Operations Battalion
POBPassenger on Board
POBPhysician Office Building
POBPaper-Over-Board (type of book binding)
POBPublic Order Battalion (Iraq)
POBPop Off Boys (band)
POBPat on Back
POBPortable Oxygen Bottle (aerospace)
POBPhenomena on Break (comics)
POBPoint of Breaking (applied solid mechanics)
POBParade Of Bands
POBPatrol Observation Base
POBProduct of Boredom (webcomic)
POBPhemas Of Beijing Company
POBProtected Outlet Box
POBPublication Orthopédique Biomécanique
POBPen Order Booking
POBPersistent Object Backend/Base
POBPortion of Business
POBPercentage of Base
POBPoint of Blame
POBPedestrian on Bike
POBPremium Online Business (New York, NY)
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"I ought to make the tackle fast at the point of balance. And what we learn of this will serve us with everything else we have to hoist aboard."
But I miscalculated the point of balance, so that when I heaved the top of the mast came up instead of the butt.
In a technical sense, that always meant a centre-point on which a mechanism turns; and, as a verb, to turn on that point of balance.
We intend to work with Scottish Natural Heritage and the Scottish Government to make sure this point of balance doesn't disadvantage crofters who, after all, are the ones managing the environment for the benefit of all.
According to Chair Powell, the FOMC should find the appropriate end point of balance sheet normalisation by 'approaching that point quite carefully,' which should take place in a rather 'gradual' fashion.
They discussed the positive results after implementing a number of initiatives to support the state's general budget according to a comprehensive vision aimed at reducing expenditure and increasing revenues to reach a point of balance. They stressed the government's keenness on continuous positive economic growth and maintaining the development march amid financial challenges.
(3) If a handler crosses a grazing animal's point of balance, located at the shoulder or just behind the eye, the animal will always run in the opposite direction.
He expressed hope that the 28 member states of the EU and six Eastern Partnership countries--including Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine, Belarus, Azerbaijan and Armenia can find a point of balance and reach consensus at the summit.
El-Shazly said in previous statements to Daily News Egypt that she hopes to reach the point of balance between profits and losses by the end of the current fiscal year as the inflow of tourist inflows to Egypt as well as waiting for the response of the Red Sea province on its request to increase the proportion of construction of its project in Hurghada to 20% instead of 10 %
The observations also showed that radiation from the black hole was consistently near or above the Eddington limit, the point of balance between the force of outward radiation from the hot gases inside and the gravitation force acting inward.