ROU


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ROU

abbreviation for
(Automotive Engineering) Uruguay (international car registration)
[From R(epública) O(riental de) U(ruguay)]
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In its statement, the ROU said: "For more than three long, unhappy years, PNoy has drifted, with neither will nor ability to govern, muddling through all our national crises, setting a record of corruptions (sic), plunder, incompetence, and clumsiness.
The ROU approach involves assuming that all leases transfer ROUs.
Under the R&R approach, the lessor will be required to immediately record a profit, if any, on the lease of the ROU asset and to defer any related profit on the residual.
Unfortunately for them, Rous was part of a cosy cartel, happy to keep those fledgling footballing nations at arm's length.
Rous was born in 1879 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA, and raised by his widowed mother, who persevered in supporting his education.
In years like this, when three-year-olds are winning many of the all-age races, the Rous scale often comes under scrutiny, but each race and each winner should be considered individually before conclusions are drawn.
However, research revealed that Rous sarcoma virus takes a detour through the cell nucleus before going to the cell membrane.
Rous claimed he put that view to the players 'leaving the choice up to them', explaining though that their decision could affect the atmosphere at the stadium.
Then he told me about the Abbe Rous himself, after whom the wine cellars are named - a local Catholic priest, politician, marketing guru, anchovy fisherman and winemaker, who in the late 19th Century had the vision and gumption to get together the local grape growers and set up a co-operative winery - in order to raise enough money to pay for a new church for his village.
Victorian farmer Keith Rous once claimed they "fought like lions and bred like rabbits.
For more information or comments, email Deputy Director of Publications Bernard Rous at rous@acm.