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lob

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

(industrial engineering)
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LOB

(1) See BLOB.

(2) (Line Of Business) A specific commercial product or service.
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Survey results show that over half of the respondents (54%) stated that they have anxiety due to IoT security, with LoB leaders having higher amounts (58%) compared to their IT counterparts (51%).
Here, the LoB teams that are at the forefront of customer engagement, such as sales, marketing, and customer service departments, are emerging as natural internal champions for digital initiatives.
Various Lines of Business (LoBs) are now accounting for an
LOB decision makers see the current approach to mobile app development as primarily IT-led (38 percent) followed by business-led (24 percent).
Nearly six out of 10 LoBs have their own budget-independent of IT-to purchase collaboration technology.
30, 2015, although the triennial statement requirement, discussed below, is effective for discretionary LOB determinations issued on or after Aug.
Romar Alarilla, 23, Allado's nephew, even saw the grenade when it was thrown into their compound and tried to lob it back outside.
Mass spectrometry and nuclear magnetic resonance analysis showed that five of the compounds were germacranolide sesquiterpene lactones: neurolenin A (Lob 1), neurolenin B (Lob 2), neurolenin C (Lob 3), neurolenin D (Lob 4) and lobatin A (Lob 5) (Fig.
Festival organisers Liverpool organic Brewery (LOB) created this brew to mark this month's 20th anniversary of the death of Roy Castle.
First they attempted to film the second series in East Middlesbrough but must have got wind that angry residents there can lob a pretty mean looking to film a new series on were forced to scramble for cover after angry residents lobbed eggs and water at them.
Yarob Sakhnini, regional director, Mema at Brocade, said that one trend that has arisen out of this revolutionary technology delivery model is that it has enabled Line of Business (LOB) managers to circumvent IT departments and procure the solutions they need faster.