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Robs - definition of robs by The Free Dictionary

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a. To deprive unjustly of something belonging to, desired by, or legally due (someone): robbed her of her professional standing. b. To deprive of something injuriously: a parasite that robs a tree of its sap.

Rollovers as Business Start-Ups - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Rollovers as Business Start-Ups (ROBS) are arrangements in which current or prospective business owners use their 401(k), IRA or other retirement funds to pay for new business start-up costs, for business acquisition costs or to refinance an existing business.

Robs Rants - YouTube

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Being part of this channel, is being part of the revolution. An Elite.

RobS - YouTube

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I used to do a lot of video editing in high school and did the school's first yearbook DVDs. Outside of school I originally started out mainly putting togeth...

Rob | Define Rob at Dictionary.com

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1. Rob, rifle, sack refer to seizing possessions that belong to others. Rob is the general word for taking possessions by unlawful force or violence: to rob a bank, a house, a train.

Rollover For Business Startups (ROBS) - The Ultimate Guide

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Urban Dictionary: Rob

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A boy named Rob is one that goes out of their way for other people without asking anything in return and exceedingly kind, gentle and cute.

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Topical Bible: Robs

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This is that perverted love which often kills soul and body"robs us of light and casts us into darkness, robs us of life and condemns us to death...

rob - Wiktionary

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(UK) enPR: rŏb, IPA(key): /rɒb/. Rhymes: -ɒb. (US) enPR: räb, IPA(key): /rɑb/. From Middle English robben, from Anglo-Norman robber, rober, Old French rober ‎(“to rob”), from Frankish *rōbōn (compare Dutch roven), Old High German roubōn, raubōn ("to rob, steal, plunder"; > Medieval Latin raubare...

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