rover

  1. someone who leads a wandering unsettled life
  2. an adult member of the Boy Scouts movement

Rover

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Rover

[motorcycles] The Rover Company was a British bicycle and motorcycle manufacturer before it began the manufacture of motor cars. Rover was established in 1878 by John Kemp Starley in Coventry to produce bicycles. The company developed and produced the Rover Imperial motorcycle in November 1902. Between 1903 and 1924, Rover produced more tha...
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Rover

[log canoe] The ``Rover`` is a Chesapeake Bay log canoe, built about 1886, probably in Chester, Maryland by the Thompson brothers. She measures 28`-1{frac|3|4}` with a 6`-4{frac|1|4}` beam. She has a longhead bow, braced back to the hull, and a sharp stern. She is privately owned and races under No. 11 in Eastern Shore competition. She one ...
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Rover

Any mobile GPS receiver collecting data during a field session. The receiver's position can be computed relative to another, stationary GPS receiver.
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rover

[n] - an adult member of the Boy Scouts movement
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Rover

Rov'er noun [ Dutch roover a robber. See Rove , intransitive verb ] 1. One who practices robbery on the seas; a pirate. « Yet Pompey the Great deserveth honor more justly for scouring the seas, and taking from the rovers 846 sail of ships.�...
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rover

noun an adult member of the Boy Scouts movement
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Rover

• (v. i.) Hence, a fickle, inconstant person. • (v. i.) Casual marks at uncertain distances. • (v. i.) One who wanders about by sea or land; a wanderer; a rambler. • (v. i.) A ball which has passed through all the hoops and would go out if it hit the stake but is continued in play; also, the player of such a ball. • (v. i.)...
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Rover

Rover is a English boy name. The meaning of the name is `wanderer` The name Rover doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Rover seems to be unique!
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Rover

HMS Rover was a British Regent Class submarine of 1475 tons displacement built by Vickers-Armstrong and launched in 1930, that saw action during the Second World War. HMS Rover was armed with one 4-inch gun; two machine-guns and eight 21-inch torpedo tubes. She had a top speed of 17.5 knots surfaced, 9 knots submerged and carried a complement of 50...
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Rover

(nuclear propulsion program) A program initiated in 1953 by the US Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) and the US Air Force with a view to developing nuclear propulsion systems for long-range missiles. This research was begun as a backup to the chemically-powered rockets being develo...
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Rover

Rover is American slang for a resident of Colorado.
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Rover

Rover is American slang for a resident of Colorado.
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Rover

[space exploration] A rover (or sometimes planetary rover) is a space exploration vehicle designed to move across the surface of a planet or other celestial body. Some rovers have been designed to transport members of a human spaceflight crew; others have been partially or fully autonomous robots. Rovers usually arrive at the planetary surf...
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Rover

[ice hockey] A rover was a position in ice hockey used from its formation in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. At the time ice hockey consisted of seven positions: along with the goaltender, two defencemen, and three forwards, positions which still remain, the rover was also part of the team. Unlike all the others, the rover ...
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ROVER

Remotely Operated Video Enhanced Receiver (ROVER) is a system which allows ground forces, such as Forward Air Controllers (FAC), to see what an aircraft or unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) is seeing in real time by receiving images acquired by the aircraft`s sensors on a laptop on the ground. There`s little time delay and usage of ROVER greatly imp.....
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Rover

[The Prisoner] Rover is a fictional entity from the 1967 British television program The Prisoner, and was an integral part of the way `prisoners` were kept within The Village. It was depicted as a floating white ball that could coerce, and, if necessary, disable inhabitants of The Village, primarily Number Six. In one incident, it even kill...
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Rover

[privateering ship] Rover was a privateer brig out of Liverpool, Nova Scotia known for several bold battles in the Napoleonic Wars. She was built in Brooklyn, Nova Scotia (then known as Herring Cove) over the winter of 1799-1800. Rover was owned by a group of merchants from Liverpool, Nova Scotia led by Simeon Perkins and Snow Parker. Rover...
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Rover

[ticket] A rover is a bus or train ticket in the United Kingdom that allows unlimited travel on any operating company over a set route, for a certain period of time, at certain times. It differs from a ranger ticket, that allows unlimited travel on one operating company over a set route, for a certain period of time, at certain times. ...
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Rover

[song] `Rover` is a song traditionally sung at the end of athletic contest victories by fans of the University of California Los Angeles. It is a parody of the song I`m Looking Over a Four Leaf Clover. The UCLA Band arrangement opens with There`ll Be a Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight. Following the opening, the band then plays the chorus t...
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Rover

[lawnmower] Rover is a brand of lawnmower in Australia. Rover also owns Scott Bonnar. Rover Mowers Limited is an operating division of MTD Products Australia Pty Ltd. Rover Mowers Ltd. designs, manufactures and distributes lawn and garden care equipment for both domestic and commercial users. == History == Rover Mowers shut down its Austral...
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Rover

Any mobile GPS receiver collecting data during a field session. The receiver's position may be computed relative to another, stationary GPS receiver at a Base Station. May also be referred to as the Mobile Receiver.
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Rover

armed reconnaissance flights with attacks on opportunity targets.
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rover

a small vehicle used by astronauts for traveling on the surface of a planet
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