Definitions for "OAR"
Keywords:  rower, scull, propel, rowlock, boat
An implement for impelling a boat, being a slender piece of timber, usually ash or spruce, with a grip or handle at one end and a broad blade at the other. The part which rests in the rowlock is called the loom.
An oarsman; a rower; as, he is a good oar.
To row.
Keywords:  letterbox, atio, spect, riginal, aspect
Also called Letterbox format, OAR means that none of the image is clipped or squeezed. Unused parts of the screen are usually black.
riginal spect atio. The aspect ratio that a particular film was originally intended to be shown in.
Original Aspect Ratio, the aspect ratio originally intended for a film, TV program, or other moving image work.
See Organizational/Team Achievement Recognition.
Organizational/Team Achievement Recognition. An increase to employee base salary, bonus, or a combination of these in order to recognize the members of a team, organization, or branch whose performance and contributions have successfully and directly advanced organizational goals.
Keywords:  spence, bellevue, solo, album, skip
Oar is a 1969 album by Skip Spence. It was his first and only solo album. It was recorded after he had spent six months in Bellevue Hospital.
Office of Air and Radiation
The Office of AIDS Research, which plans, coordinates, evaluates, and funds all NIH HIV/AIDS research. (Go to AIDS Links to connect to web sites for this and related services and organizations.)
Office of Admissions and Registrar
(Ongoing Additional Requirments): Additional cash assistance to meet essential needs that are not met by the basic requirements of the assistance grant. Examples of OAR are money for: guide dog food, laundry expense, home delivered meals, and restaurant meals. OAR are authorized by Social Services. See: Ongoing Additional Requirements; Social Services Manual
Operational Airworthiness Regulator
OAR is to provide a multi-therapy approach to the problem of recidivism in our current penal system, using open-source software.
Overall rate of capitalization is the percentage relationship of net operating income divided by the purchase price of property. Net operating income (NOI) of property relative to its market value. If rental income property worth $1,000,000 results in a NOI of $100,000, the overall return is 10%. NOI compared to the initial cost of the property as distinguished from its market price.
Keywords:  oregon, administrative, rules
Oregon Administrative Rules
Keywords:  trouble, dream, warning, able, breaking
If you dream of breaking an oar it is a warning that you will get into trouble, but if you use your brains you should be able to get out of it.
An oarlike swimming organ of various invertebrates.
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