An unhealthy, out-of-balance soil smells sour or metallic, or like kitchen cleanser.
What does OOB stand for?
OOB stands for Out-Of-Balance
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We have 17 other meanings of OOB in our Acronym Attic
- Operations Operating Budget
- Order Of Battle
- Out of Battery (improper weapon discharge)
- Out of Bed
- Out of Body (experience)
- Out of Bottle
- Out of Box (software implementation projects)
- Out of Breath
- Out of Browser (Microsoft Silverlight)
- Out Of Building
Samples in periodicals archive:
Those needs, added to the growing federal deficit, cry out for some major adjustment to the out-of-balance tax rates.
For instance, overly saturated hoof tissues will lose their structural integrity and tend to collapse and/or flare-out in response to an overgrown or out-of-balance hoof.
In addition, years of chronic low-level inflammation, another indicator of an out-of-balance immune system, can contribute to diseases such as cancer and cardiovascular disease.
The write-up details Winfrey's recent struggles with an out-of-balance thyroid, and how the condition made her develop "a fear of working out".
In January's O magazine, Winfrey, aged 54, details her struggles with an out-of-balance thyroid and how the condition made her develop "a fear of working out".
However, this out-of-balance pay scale has been in effect for at least 50 years.
Out-of-balance systems are distorted as can be seen in figure 1.