POB


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POB

abbreviation for
Post Office Box
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POB

post-office box.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.POB - a numbered compartment in a post office where mail is put to be called forPOB - a numbered compartment in a post office where mail is put to be called for
compartment - a space into which an area is subdivided
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Translations

POB

ABBR =post office boxapdo
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Even though self-regulation has failed in some respects, as practiced by the POB it has been a huge success, and to refashion the board into something it was never intended to be, and which it is not designed to be, would be another defeat for self-regulation.
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Buaswn hoffi ymateb i frawddeg yn erthygl Bethan Wyn Jones sef bod ffermwyr i gyd am waed y mochyn daear, ac eisiau lladd pob un wan jac ohonynt.
The immediate result was a storm of protest, despite the SECPS's explanation that the POB's funding was only temporarily suspended, not terminated.
Levitt expressed support for the POB's plan for enhanced authority and responsibility over the profession's various standards-setters and professional entities.
Does dim modd atal pob ymosodwr dienaid a, hyd yn oed petaen ni eisiau hynny, does dim modd dadwneud degawdau o hanes o symudiad pobloedd ar draws y byd.
Our guides include Lacroix, POB director Brigitte Lefevre, the Balanchine Trust's Barbara Horgan, and several of the dancers, whose insights (especially Letestu's) make you want to watch the entire ballet again.
Bowsher, chairman of the POB, told the JofA, "The main thing Paul brings us is his extensive experience as a senior executive in the private sector."
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GAN GERALLT PENNANT YN ol pob son, ffisig heb ei ail ydy llond boliad iach o chwerthin, ac un o'r bobl hynny sydd wedi byw mewn byd o chwerthin ac adloniant hwyliog ydy Gareth Owen, Rheolwr Theatr Pafiliwn Y Rhyl.
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The students, who normally study dance and academics in a modern facility in Nanterre outside of Paris, must be overwhelmed to be on the same stage where their idols, POB etoiles like Manuel Legris, Aurelie Dupont, Agnes Letestu, and Jose Martinez perform.