Fob

A short chain with a decorative seal or other device attached to the end. The fob and chain hung outside watch pocket, and could be used to pull the watch out of the pocket.
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FOB

The price of a traded good excluding transport cost. It stands for 'free on board,' but is used only as these initials (usually lower case: f.o.b.). It means the price after loading onto a ship but before shipping, thus not including transportation, insurance, and other costs needed to get a good from one country to another. Contrasts with CIF and
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FOB

Refers to Free on Board.
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fob

[n] - a vest pocket to hold a pocket watch 2. [n] - an adornment that hangs from a watch chain 3. [n] - short chain or ribbon attaching a pocket watch to a man`s vest
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Fob

Free on board. FOB prices exclude all, insurance and freight charge (Acronym)
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FOB

(PROJECT GLOSSARY) Free On Board - Term correctly used for sea freight. Risk transfers as the goods pass over the ships rail at the named port of exit. With containerised transport FCA should be considered.
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FOB

Free On Board
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FOB

Forward Operating Base
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FOB

Field Operations Bureau (FCC)
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Fob

Fob (fŏb) noun [ Confer Prov. German fuppe pocket.] A little pocket for a watch. Fob chain , a short watch chain worn with a watch carried in the fob.
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Fob

Fob transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Fobbed ; present participle & verbal noun Fobbing .] [ Confer Fop.] 1. To beat; to maul. [ Obsolete] 2. To cheat; to trick; to impose on. Shak. To fob off
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fob

watch chain noun short chain or ribbon attaching a pocket watch to a man`s vest
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fob

noun a vest pocket to hold a pocket watch
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fob

An occasional compressed form of f.o.b..
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Fob

• (v.t.) To cheat; to trick; to impose on. • (n.) A little pocket for a watch. • (v.t.) To beat; to maul.
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FOB

The price of a traded good excluding transport cost. It stands for 'free on board,' but is used only as these initials (usually lower case: f.o.b.). It means the price after loading onto a ship but before shipping, thus not including transportation, insurance, and other costs needed to get a good from one country to another. Contrasts with CIF and.
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FOB

[play] FOB is a 1980 Obie Award-winning play by American playwright David Henry Hwang. Hwang`s first play, it depicts the contrasts and conflicts between established Asian Americans and "fresh off the boat" (FOB) newcomer immigrants. The play premiered at the Stanford Asian American Theatre Project in 1979 under the direction of the author
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FOB

Free on Board. The point at which liability transfers from buyer to seller.
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FOB

[shipping] FOB is an initialism which pertains to the shipping of goods. Depending on specific usage, it may stand for Free On Board or Freight On Board. FOB specifies which party (buyer or seller) pays for which shipment and loading costs, and/or where responsibility for the goods is transferred. The last distinction is important for deter
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FOB

Free on board. fob prices exclude all, insurance and freight charge
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fob

  1. a vest pocket to hold a pocket watch
  2. an adornment that hangs from a watch chain
  3. short chain or ribbon attaching a pocket watch to a man's vest

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FOB

(adj) FOB is the short form of 'free on board' is used to represent the pricing, cost structure, transfer of property right of a goods or merchandise sold, representing that sellers responsibility for incidental cost and risk ends when the goods are shipped on board of the transport vehicle. In FOB cases, insurance and all incidental cost there aft
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FOB

Free on board – the quoted price for the goods delivered to the ship for shipment. (See also 'FAS').
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FOB

Foam on Beer detector. A device that stops the flow of beer when the keg is empty before the beer line is filled with foam.
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FOB

Refers to Free on Board.
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