The first order of business, he said, was to try and pick a host.
What does FOB stand for?
FOB stands for First Order of Business
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The council's first order of business tonight, however, will be naming a new mayor.
The first order of business was a wall-to-wall inventory," Edwards said.
Their first order of business is to install a new power-control unit, which distributes current from Hubble's solar arrays and batteries.
A statewide needs survey was the chapter's first order of business.
Even for those wonderful pro-gay executives who sincerely want to do their part, the first order of business is profit, just as the first order of business for a closeted gay actor may be financial security.
Chairman Allen's first order of business was to formally adopt existing SEC rules and interpretations on auditor independence for use as the groundwork for the ISB's own independence guidelines.
During the Coverage Interoperability Forum, we determined that the first order of business is to begin to identify baseline coverage interoperability requirements," said Rajeev Ranjan, Jasper CTO, responsible for germinating interest in CIF from the user and EDA communities.