ROK


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ROK

abbreviation for
(Automotive Engineering) South Korea (international car registration)
[from R(epublic of) K(orea)]

ROK

Republic of Korea.
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Before the inauguration, the ROK delegation paid a courtesy call on new President Piera on March 10, and delivered President Moon Jae-ins letter to him.
The Asean and the ROK initiated its sectoral dialogue relations in November 1989, which eventually led to the granting of a full dialogue partner status to the ROK at the 24th Asean Ministerial Meeting (AMM) in July 1991 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
The 19th ESC also works with ROK partners, such as the ROK Transportation Command and the ROK's 2nd Operational Command, which further improves interoperability.
The joint venture will leverage the service which ROK Mobile offers their subscribers including USD100,000 in accidental death coverage, USD20,000 in burial insurance, roadside assistance and telemedicine for staying on ROK mobile plans that come with talk, text, 4G LTE data as well as ROK Music, a music streaming mobile app with over 20 million tracks.
Cabrera, a 14-year-old Grade 10 student from Makati Hope Christian School topped the ROK Overall and ROK Junior classes of the event sanctioned by the Automobile Association of the Philippines and backed by Petron (Blaze 100 Euro 4, XCS, Ultron, Xtra and Sprint), Magnolia Pure Water and Yokohama.
The Korea-Central Asia Cooperation Forum is a multilateral dialogue mechanism between the ROK and five countries in Central Asia - Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan - launched in 2007.
ROK Stars has beer, vodka, Irish whiskey and energy drinks among its brands, but is just one of 19 companies jointly owned by Jonathan Kendrick and John Paul Dejoria.
Hong said that the Chinese Foreign Ministry and the Defense Ministry have stated their position to the ROK and urged them to cautiously and properly handle the issues.
The company has relaunched the network under the new name ROK Classic Radio Network providing 65,000 classical radio shows around the clock online, globally, available to audience on computers, tablets, IPods, smartphones and Internet radios.
First, the ROK and the United States strengthened their high-level strategic contacts.
The large group of ROK personnel were divided and led by merchant marine officers to various stations throughout the ship.
The Korean government installed a series of concrete-reinforced crossing platforms along the Nam Han River as a permanent training fixture to assist the ROK Army in conducting river-crossing operations.