FOB


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FOB

1) adj. short for Free on Board, meaning shipped to a specific place without cost. 2) Friend of Bill (Clinton). (See: Free on Board)

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In one of my fobs there was a silver watch, and in the other a small quantity of gold in a purse.
Della doubled the fob chain in her hand and sat on the corner of the table near the door that he always entered.
There, however, stood the old waiter at the door, in the same greasy black suit, with the same double chin and flaccid face, with the same huge bunch of seals at his fob, rattling his money in his pockets as before, and receiving the Major as if he had gone away only a week ago.
She jested with him, and told him she supposed he had not much to lose; he put his hand to his fob, and with his fingers felt that his purse was there, which fully satisfied him, and so she brought off his money.
A gold watch-chain, and seals, depended from his fob.
The foreign trade balance of Bulgaria (export FOB - import CIF) with third countries in the period January - October 2014 was negative and amounted to BGN 2 992.
Designating the right assortment of attendees took time; but eventually, the key players who made the physical reduction of FOB Salerno possible were identified.
The cable and wire mission consisted of a second critical objective: properly connecting all FOB locations in a logical and commercially modeled manner.
30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Network FOB (N+FOB) is a full-service logistics company.
We had seen this done at Kandahar Airfield and had even installed one at FOB Baylough for the satellite internet system.
Then, Soldiers complete their capstone exercises at the FOB and are inducted into the Signal Regiment there.