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verb

RO(T)F(L)

interj. rolling on the floor laughing. (Used in electronic mail and computer forum or news group messages. Not pronounced aloud.) I was ROTFL when I read your note. That was too much.

ROF

verb
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Adventure walls, speed climbing walls, a tower climbing area, mosaic climbing walls and bouldering are all now available at ROF 59, with courses and party bookings available next month.
By the time ROF Kirkby closed, in March, 1946, it had produced 10% of all the ammunition used in the war by Britain.
For example, the ROF model suppresses Poisson noise not so effectively.
In section 3, the non-cooperative Nash Equilibrium solution to the model is given and the loading balance algorithm is proposed to solve the overloaded problem in the ROF system, and a load balancing algorithm is introduced based on the solution.
Our concern is whether the risk indicators associated with variability of the ROF ratings correspond to the significant factors in a model explaining low solvency cover.
The 38-year-old father-of-two left his PE teaching job at King James I School in Bishop Auckland in the summer to take on the "exciting new challenge" at ROF 59.
We want to create a safe environment, but we also want to make ROF 59 a comfortable environment for parents as well as an exciting place for youngsters.
ROF 59, which stands for Royal Ordnance Factory 59, has been built on the site of the former Presswork Metals factory, which stood empty for more than six years, after Finley Structures invested more than PS1.
The Gwent League semi-finals are: Abergavenny v Red Lion, ROF Club v Panteg House.
The role of the producer from Eifionydd, Morris Jones was also key to the theatre's continuing success from the mid 1940s onwards after he met the colourful and eccentric landowner, ROF Wynne of the old Welsh gentry family, the Wynnes at the 1945 Rhosllannerchrugog Eisteddfod.
The Government's last pathetic excuse for not granting ROF workers due recognition was that there were also munitions workers in private industry
Five members of staff have started their new jobs at Newton Aycliffe leisure facility ROF 59, the former Presswork Metals factory which closed six years ago and is due to re-open as a PS1.
Now the site has been renamed ROF 59 - standing for Royal Ordnance Factory 59, its original name - and will soon open with a range of family facilities on offer, creating 20 new jobs.
Caerleon opened the door by losing to Panteg, but both Wheatsheaf A and ROF A failed to take full advantage.
It is reported that thousands were directed from Liverpool to work at ROF Marchwiel near Wrexham and re-located locally.