RORS

AcronymDefinition
RORSRoyal Order of the Red Suspenders (Salem, OR)
RORSRorschach Psychodiagnostic Instrument
RORSRadar Ocean Reconnaissance Satellite (Soviet)
References in classic literature ?
But the new regiment was breathless with hor- ror. "Gawd!
There were two "Reigns of Terror," if we would but remember it and consider it; the one wrought murder in hot passion, the other in heartless cold blood; the one lasted mere months, the other had lasted a thousand years; the one inflicted death upon ten thousand persons, the other upon a hundred millions; but our shudders are all for the "horrors" of the minor Terror, the momentary Ter- ror, so to speak; whereas, what is the horror of swift death by the axe, compared with lifelong death from hunger, cold, insult, cruelty, and heart-break?
Smith's intense ter- ror; Amy Foster's stolid conviction held against the other's nervous attack, that the man 'meant no harm'; Smith's exasperation (on his return from Darnford Market) at finding the dog barking himself into a fit, the back-door locked, his wife in hysterics; and all for an unfortunate dirty tramp, supposed to be even then lurking in his stackyard.
Because an ROR letter is meant to explain to the insured the policy's terms that may affect the carrier's payments under the policy, the letter will be fairly long if several provisions are at issue in a given case.
This annuity's ROR is undeniably a fundamental factor in assessing its competitiveness.
In the case of Portugal, two estimations of the ROR have been calculated: the ROR based on pre-tax earnings and the length of studies (the narrow rate) and a "comprehensive rate" estimated from a simplified form of the equation, taking into account only the effects of the tax system and the unemployment risk.
However, further analysis showed that the coefficients of correlation between the estimated and the actual RORs were not significant, and positive for some years and negative for others.
Mr Lewis and his Swedish colleague Mr Rors had been flying the Learjet 35A owned by South African aviation company ExecuJet from Italy to South Africa.
The Industrial Research Institute has announced the inception of four new Research-on-Research (ROR) Working Groups.
Karen, who will be taking her former racehorse Coverdale Lady, said: "The idea of riding from Racecourse to Racecourse is primarily to highlight the success and adaptability of some of the 10,500 former racehorses now registered with RoR enjoying success with second careers and life after racing."
Coincidentally, the decade that followed the establishment of the ROR Committee is one of the more remarkable in industrial R&D's conceptual evolution.