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ROWRest Of World
ROWRight-Of-Way
ROWRivers of the World (Dawsonville, GA)
ROWRules of Warfare (gaming)
ROWRedistribution of Wealth (taxation and development)
ROWRewards Of Work
ROWReverse Osmosis Water (filtration method)
ROWRendu-Osler-Weber Syndrome (aka Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia)
ROWRest of the World
ROWRight of Way
ROWReceiver of Wreck
ROWRelocate Out of Washington (DC)
ROWRing Of Wealth (gaming, RuneScape MMORPG)
ROWRoswell, NM, USA - Industrial Air Center (Airport Code)
ROWRun-Of-Week
ROWRoll Welding
ROWRegulation/Overtime Wins (ice hockey)
ROWRage of Wotan (gaming clan)
ROWResidents of the Wrangells (Glennallen, AK; est. 2003)
ROWRemote Operational Web
References in classic literature ?
Howls of renewed wrath went up from Devil's Row throats.
We had had a sail - a good all-round exciting, interesting sail - and now we thought we would have a row, just for a change like.
He lived alone in his house in Saville Row, whither none penetrated.
They widened all the way up; the stories projected further and further forward and aside as they ascended, and the long rows of lighted windows, filled with little bits of panes, curtained with figured white muslin and adorned outside with boxes of flowers, made a pretty effect.
She kept looking round in turn at the rows of pomaded heads in the stalls and then at the seminude women in the boxes, especially at Helene in the next box, who- apparently quite unclothed- sat with a quiet tranquil smile, not taking her eyes off the stage.
Pipt's garden grew bun- trees, cake-trees, cream-puff bushes, blue buttercups which yielded excellent blue butter and a row of chocolate-caramel plants.
to the Shoes of Fortune this was the cue; the whole man shrunk together and a most uncommon journey through the hearts of the front row of spectators, now began.
Excuse me," he added, taking an opera glass out of her hand, and proceeding to scrutinize, over her bare shoulder, the row of boxes facing them.
Now, therefore, let us all do as I say, trust in Jove and row on with might and main.
Meanwhile my beans, the length of whose rows, added together, was seven miles already planted, were impatient to be hoed, for the earliest had grown considerably before the latest were in the ground; indeed they were not easily to be put off.
The tide will suit at half-past ten; it will be a delicious time for a couple of hours to row to Luckreth and walk back, before the sun gets too hot.
There was a man frum down the coast told me once he was in a schooner where they darsen't ever blow a horn to the dories, becaze the skipper - not the man he was with, but a captain that had run her five years before - he'd drownded a boy alongside in a drunk fit; an' ever after, that boy he'd row alongside too and shout, 'Dory