ROR

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RORRuby on Rails
RORRigs Of Rods (computer forum)
RORRoots of Rhythm (music education)
RORRing of Regeneration (gaming)
RORRate Of Return
RORReach Out and Read (national pediatric literacy program)
RORRaugh Out Roud
RORRemote Outdoor Router
RORReceiver over Run
RORResources of a Resource
RORRotate Right
RORRougeole, Oreillons, Rubéole (French: Measles, Mumps, Rubella)
RORRise of Rome (Microsoft supplement to Age of Empires game)
RORRepair or Return (various organizations)
RORRetinoic Acid Receptor
RORRate of Rise
RORResources of a Resource (Extensible Markup Language format)
RORRules of the Road
RORReuters Order Routing
RORReturn on Revenue (profitability)
RORReturn on Relationships (value of relationship marketing)
RORRange-Only Radar
RORReservation of Rights
RORRise of Razel (band)
RORRevolutions On Request (artist group; Finland)
RORRight of Rescission
RORRaffing Out Roud (Laughing Out Loud in Scooby Doo voice)
RORRepair Of Repairables
RORReturn on Risk (investment calculation)
RORReggae on the River
RORReplication Overhead Ratio (computer algorithms)
RORRange Only Radar
RORReleased on Own Recognizance
RORRise Over Run (online magazine)
RORRigs of Rods
RORKoror, Palau - Airai (Airport Code)
RORRachunek Oszczednosciowo-Rozliczeniowy (Polish: Current Account)
RORRelational Operator Replacement
RORRun Off River (hydroelectric power systems)
RORRise of Republic (German online game)
RORRollover Risk
RORRecord of Revision
RORRoom Over Room (game engines)
RORRepository of Record
RORRegistry of Resources
RORRecord of Reference (Intel)
RORReturned or Refunded
RORRadiological Occurrence Reporting
RORRoute Overlap Reduction
RORRealm of Ralnar (game)
RORRegimental Orderly Room
RORRealms of Renth (forum)
RORRouting Overhead Rate
RORRoyal Order of the Rabbit (Gram Rabbit fan club)
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Sandwiched between the conquest of the Achaemenid Persian Empire by Alexander the Great and the rise of Rome and Parthia, the Seleucid Empire was the largest of the Hellenistic kingdoms and in many ways remains the most challenging to study.
This first volume presents documents relating to such matters as the beginning of history and the Bronze Age, the Hellenistic Age and the rise of Rome, the transition from the Early to the High Middle Ages from the ninth century to the 11th, the Renaissance in Europe and Ming China, cultural interaction during the Age of European Expansion, and the impact of the scientific revolution in the 17th century.
Militarism pervaded every aspect of Greek society from the Bronze Age until the rise of Rome.
When they reach the land that is now known as Italy, their leader Aeneas must engage in a bitter war with the native peoples to stake his claim to the land that is destined to witness the rise of Rome.
From that they naturally turn to the rise of Rome, the transition to Empire and the growing importance of Christianity, ending with St Augustine whom they see as the great synthesiser.
Mediterranean Anarchy, Interstate War and the Rise of Rome by Arthur M.
But the just-add-glamour rise of Rome has been destabilizing Euro rests that pride themselves on discovering new filmmakers--places such as Mouzaki's Thessaloniki or Locarno, for example.
Oversee the rise of Rome, or take part in its destruction in this epic historical strategy game spanning over 1,000 years of conflict in this special edition pack which includes both Rome: Total War and its expansion Rome: Barbarian Invasion.
Never before the rise of Rome, and never since, did two nations so remarkably resemble each other, in history, in splendid rise in civilization, in magnificent communication between nations, in grandeur and wealth.
THE follow-up to Legion, which dealt with the rise of Rome, takes you back 4000 years to the time of the Hittites and Assyrians and Egyptians - in other words all those who fought their wars with chariots.
Gone is the triumphalism that had characterized the earlier work, with its emphasis on the rise of Rome and the first victory over Carthage.