ROAR


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AcronymDefinition
ROARReach Out and Read (national pediatric literacy program)
ROARRight Of Admission Reserved
ROARReservoirs of Antibiotic Resistance network
ROARReach Out Act Respond (Animal Planet advocacy organization)
ROARRavers Organized Against the Rave Act (USA)
ROARReliability Obtained by Adaptive Reconfiguration (Stanford)
ROARResearch on Ongoing Acquisition Research
ROARRecovery of Overpayments, Accounting and Reporting (Social Security Administration)
ROARRadio Operated Automobile Racing (remote controlled cars)
ROARRail Operations and Regulatory Committee (California)
ROARResource Optimization and Alignment Review (Army medical department)
ROARRight of Admission Refused
ROARResponsible Organization Action Request
ROARReach Out and Rejoice
ROARReturn Of Army Reparables
ROARRadar Obsolescence and Availability Recovery
ROARReach Out And Recover (mental health; Australia)
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There was a prodigious roar of applause, and out of the midst of it the king's voice rose, saying:
Ah, you should hear the thundering roar that goes up when the game is at its wildest and brilliant things are done!
Not a sound disturbed the deep tranquillity of the night, except the distant roar of streams which rush from the high plateau of the St.
In the distance, one could see a long wavering line of torches drifting down the main street, and could hear the throbbing of the bass drum, the clash of cymbals, the squeaking of a fife or two, and the faint roar of remote hurrahs.
The middle-aged man turned out to be a prodigious personage -- no less a one than the county judge -- altogether the most august creation these children had ever looked upon -- and they wondered what kind of material he was made of -- and they half wanted to hear him roar, and were half afraid he might, too.
The clap of thunder that shook the house just at that moment made no such peal in Miranda Sawyer's ears as Jane's remark made when it fell with a deafening roar on her conscience.
We wonder how such saints can sing, Or praise the Lord upon the wing, Who roar, and scold, and whip, and sting, And to their slaves and mammon cling, In guilty conscience union.
I joined my wail to theirs, loud and bitter; but Joseph asked what we could be thinking of to roar in that way over a saint in heaven.
It must mean that hollow shuddering sort of roar which rushed round and round the house as if the giant no one could see were buffeting it and beating at the walls and windows to try to break in.
The lion ran first, and as he came he roared; then followed the lioness, but she did not roar, for in her mouth was the cub that Umslopogaas had assegaied in the cave.
a touch of my cord will make him roar as loud as the tongs of St Dunstan himself did.
With a frightful roar, fearful lest Tantor had come to frighten away his prey, the great beast leaped from his hiding place.