REO

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AcronymDefinition
REOReal Estate Owned
REORange Estimate Object
REORatio of Error Object
REORadial Error Offset
REORegion Error Option
REOResult Evaluation Object
REOResident Evil: Outbreak (video game)
REOResearch Electro-Optics, Inc. (Boulder, CO)
REORansom Eli Olds (automobile manufacturer and namesake of the Oldsmobile and Reo brands; origin for band REO Speedwagon)
REORare Earth Oxide
REORenewable Energy Objective (various locations)
REORegional Education Office (various locations)
REORegional Ecosystem Office
REORegional Environmental Office
REORegional Embassy Office (US State Department)
REORegional Ecumenical Organization
REORepair Engineering Order (aerospace)
REORespiratory Enteric Orphan Virus
REOReseau Educatif de l'Ontario (French)
REORadar Electro-Optical
REORadio Electronics Officer
REOResearch Enterprise Office (Malaysia)
REOResidual Efficient Organization
REORace Equality Officer
REOResource Optimizer
REORegional Economic Organisation
REOReceiver Eye Opening (ANSI)
REOReadiness Engineering Office/Officer
REORadiated Emissions Test
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Oldsmobile was founded in 1897 by Ransom Eli Olds in Lansing, Michigan, and was the first car maker to use an assembly line, despite Henry Ford having been credited with doing so.
According to Ann Liebermann in Ransom Eli Olds and the American Dream, Olds "used engineers and surveyors from Boston to design a well platted community, modeled after Washington, D.C., with tree-lined boulevards leading from the bay to downtown." Originally named R.E.
On late December, General Motors announced that it would phase out its Oldsmobile division over the next few years, thus putting to sleep the longest-lived car brand in the country (named for its founder, Ransom Eli Olds, the first Oldsmobile hit the showroom in 1897).
REO mowers were produced by a division of REO Motor Car Co., which was founded by Ransom Eli Olds of Oldsmobile fame.