ROL

(redirected from Ring of Light)
AcronymDefinition
ROLRoland
ROLRomanian Leu (former Currency Unit, ISO)
ROLRisk of Loss (commercial transactions)
ROLRay of Light
ROLRing of Light (gaming)
ROLRule of Law
ROLRush of Love
ROLRock of Love (TV show)
ROLRepublic of Liberia
ROLRisultato Operativo Lordo (Italian: Gross Operating Result; taxes)
ROLRegistration on Line
ROLReadout Link
ROLRise of Legends (video game)
ROLRotate Left
ROLReview of Literature (in research)
ROLRegistration On-Line (various schools)
ROLRank Order List (medical residency)
ROLRock over London (London, UK)
ROLRate On Line (insurance)
ROLRate on Line
ROLRoad Occupancy License (Australia)
ROLRide on Lille (French roller skating club)
ROLReorder Level
ROLRecord of Learning (New Zealand)
ROLReduction-Option Loan
ROLRock Out Loud (band)
ROLReturn On Life
ROLRocketry Online
ROLRelease of Lien
ROLReddito Operativo Lordo (Italy)
ROLReconfiguration of Lot (infrastructure management; Australia)
ROLRepublic of Logarithms (micronation)
ROLReactor Operating Limit
ROLRetired Officers Luncheon
ROLRear-Of-Leg strap (skydiving)
ROLRun of Loom (textiles)
References in classic literature ?
standing in a ring of light. The rest followed as I have said.
Observers on Earth who are situated within the path of totality see a ring of light, known as the corona - the outermost part of the Sun's atmosphere.
The scientists look for a ring of light -- disrupted matter and radiation circling at tremendous speed at the edge of the event horizon -- around a region of darkness representing the actual black hole.
The Halo is a Personal Active Safety System from Illumagear that attaches to any hard hat and produces a ring of light around the wearer enabling him or her to see and be seen in all directions at all times.
Picture of the ring of light sent by Gulf News reader Prithy Rijesh Image Credit: Prithy Rijesh
It was the most observed and photographed eclipse in history, with many Americans settling on to blankets and garden chairs to watch, especially along the path of totality - the line of deep shadow created when the sun is completely obscured except for the thin ring of light known as the corona.
It was the most observed and photographed eclipse in history, with many Americans staking out prime viewing spots and settling onto blankets and garden chairs to watch, especially along the path of totality - the line of deep shadow created when the sun is completely obscured except for the thin ring of light known as the corona.
It promised to be the most observed and photographed eclipse in history, with many Americans staking out prime viewing spots and settling onto blankets and garden chairs to watch, especially along the path of totality - the line of deep shadow created when the sun is completely obscured except for the thin ring of light known as the corona.
"When a star in the foreground passes exactly between us and a background star, gravitational microlensing results in a perfectly circular ring of light -- a so-called 'Einstein ring,'" said Oswalt.
For those who enjoy gazing at the stars rather than the screen, the word may bring to mind circular bands of coloured light around a sun or moon, which, those with scientific minds will know, are caused by the refraction and reflection from ice particles suspended in the atmosphere; and for those whose thoughts centre upon other heavenly realms, a halo may provoke an image of a ring of light floating above the head of a sacred figure as depicted in religious paintings.
Contract notice: Elaboration of feasibility studies, preliminary planning and cost-benefit analysis for the missing links that were found on the ring of light rail in the project adria-a, the development of accessibility to revive the adriatic hinterland.