SOR

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AcronymDefinition
SORSchedule of Order Rates (various locations)
SORSons of the Revolution
SORSociety of Radiographers (trade associaton; various locations)
SORSorry
SORStatement Of Reasons
SORSex Offender Registry
SORSystem of Reference
SORShare of Revenue (finance)
SORSubscript Out of Range (computing)
SORSorcerer (Dungeons and Dragons class)
SORSexual Orientation Regulations (anti-discrimination)
SORSchedule of Requirements
SORSphere of Replication
SORStochastic Operations Research (Netherlands)
SORStatement of Remuneration (pensions; Canada)
SORShire of Roebourne (Australia)
SORSchool of Rock (album)
SORSource Of Revenue
SORSupport of Optimal Routing
SORSystem of Records
SORSyriac Orthodox Resources (Christianity)
SORStrength of Recommendation
SORStreets of Rage (game)
SORStudy of Religion
SORSchedule of Rates (contracts)
SORSound of Rails (band)
SORSud Ouest Radiateurs (French: Southwest Tire)
SORSuccessive Overrelaxation
SORSystem of Record
SORSociety of Rheology
SORSquadron Operations Room (various countries)
SORStarfire Optical Range (USAF)
SORSmart Order Router (Smart Trade)
SORStatement Of Requirement(s)
SORSouth of the River
SORSale or Return
SORSome Odd Reason (band)
SORSafety Observation Report
SORService Order Request (various companies)
SORState Of Readiness
SORSite Observation Report
SORSchool Organisation Review (UK)
SORSold Out Rate
SORSteam-Oil Ratio (oil production measurement)
SORResidual Oil Saturation
SORSeal of Righteousness (gaming, world of warcraft)
SORSatisfait ou Remboursé (French: Satisfied or Reimbursed)
SORStatic O-Ring (Lenexa, KS)
SORStatutory Orders and Regulations (Canada)
SORSource Of Repair
SORSynchrotron Orbital RadiatIon
SORSouthern Ontario Railway
SORStatement of Responsibility (various organizations)
SORSpecific Operational Requirement(s)
SORStimulus-Organism-Response
SORSociety of Robots (robot-building community)
SORShare of Responsibility
SORStrategic Oil Reserve
SORStart-Of-Run
SORStatement of Operational Requirements
SORSurface Overflow Rate
SORStart Of Record
SORSpecification of Requirement (UK)
SORStade Olympique Romorantinais (French soccer team; est. 1930)
SORShadows of Reality (game)
SORSouthern Oil Refineries (Wagga Wagga, Australia)
SORSources of Reference
SORShare of Requirement (marketing)
SORSouth Orient (Railroad)
SORStand Off Range
SORStand-Off Radar
SORStable Orbit Rendezvous
SORSouth of Range (installations and locations south of the Alaskan range; US Army)
SORSource of Receipt (finance)
SORStock-Out Risk
SORStudent Owed Repayment
SORSpecial Occurrence Report
SORStandard Oxygen Required
SORShipping Order Request
SORsevere off-road (vehicles/conditions)
SORSpecific Orders and Requirements
SORStatement of Release (various organizations)
SORStaff of Recovery (gaming, MMORPG Ragnarok Online)
SORSystem for Optimized Recruitment
SORService Object Request
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The post Hollande says UK must take share of responsibility for Calais minors appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
We are not a nanny state, and drinkers have to take their share of responsibility to ensure their night is not only enjoyable, but safe.
Two triple-bills paid homage to Antony Tudor, the lion's share of responsibility falling to Ballet West.
But the Molineux chairman said the players also bore a share of responsibility for the Merseysider's departure.
But they too are often sustained by a failure to acknowledge that we each have our share of responsibility in the wrongs of others.
The Chelsea boss accepted his share of responsibility for the substitutions which backfired.
Everyone must take a share of responsibility in working to reduce the tidal wave of violent crime.
Did you know that the United States is the only country in the world where public schools have the lion's share of responsibility for these kinds of activities?
Anyone who has paid money to anybody else to acquire such an image must take a share of responsibility for the appalling suffering inflicted on these poor children.
Smith, adding, "I accept my own share of responsibility for this particular fiasco."
But the government of Iraq bears a good share of responsibility as well, thanks to its belated and partial cooperation with the so-called oil for food program and its persistent refusal to use the limited resources at its disposal to address the needs of the most vulnerable sectors of the population.
"The international community, together with nations in Africa, must bear its share of responsibility for this tragedy," he said.