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lob

1. Sport a ball struck in a high arc
2. Cricket a ball bowled in a slow high arc

LOB

(industrial engineering)

LOB

(1) See BLOB.

(2) (Line Of Business) A specific commercial product or service.
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Kulgam (Jammu and Kashmir) [India], July 15 ( ANI ): A militant was apprehended for injuring a soldier of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) by lobbing a grenade at the troops at Jammu and Kashmir's Kulgam district on Saturday.
The second half ensued with Cali's Josh Tuckey lobbing a perfect ball to Reece Littlewood who claimed his second.
With four minutes remaining Richard Gillespie skipped past two challenges to net at the near post and in the final minute Bashley substitute Jeremy Tarr completed Merthyr's misery after lobbing Morris for a second time, on this occasion from 30 yards.
Home lock Jon Taylor was in the sin-bin when Waterloo punished his absence by lobbing the resultant penalty to touch and rolling replacement prop Rob O'Donnell over.
The one familiar face was content to introduce fans to all the others, running pick-and-rolls with Chris Mihm, lobbing alley-oops to Caron Butler and locating Chucky Atkins for 3-pointers.
The cause for the break in the long relationship is the aggressive lobbing activities of organizations.
Paul Harsley also threatened twice before Gabbiadini broke the deadlock on the half-hour mark, lobbing Goodlad with a neat chip from 20 yards.