American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. date of birth
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Scotch name of the razor-fish, a bivalve, Solen ensis.
- n. A small piece of anything; a lump.
“Further scrutiny reveals that his actual DOB is 1955.”
“The FDNY called the DOB, who issued violations to both buildings and shut down the boiler next door.”
“A man who identified himself only as a spokesperson for G&M Realty, the building owner, called the DOB allegations "nonsense" and insisted that the building and the staircase were well maintained prior to the collapse.”
“He called DOB "the worst agency in the history of the city," citing the tension between promoting development while maintaining the housing stock ensuring that construction goes safely.”
“I highly doubt that all these companies will sell sensitive information (your first name, last name DOB, SSN, address) flat out.”
“Company's common shares will resume trading on the Exchange under the ticker symbol "DOB" after the Exchange's conditions for listing are satisfied and the Exchange issues its final exchange bulletin confirming the completion of the Transaction.”
“I paid $15 to submit a four-page application with my DOB, landlord and vet contacts, three references and pet history.”
“As a result of an international search on the birthday of Gyi (and his other names) his DOB records in the United States, drivers license and place of employment - Ohio University, show 1936.”
“DOB change (got to pick his new birthday upon discharge)”
“He entered service on 1 July 64, at the age of 18 (DOB: 22 Dec 45, click here).”
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