at selected locations (2 in rostock and 2 in the region) pedelecs are mainly commuters offer as connecting mobile to bus and tram an environmentally friendly public transport links.
What does HRO stand for?
HRO stands for Rostock (Germany, auto license plate)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 60 other meanings of HRO in our Acronym Attic
- Honorary Rural Organizer (trade unions)
- Hospital Regional de Occidente (Guatemala)
- Hostage Release Operation (NATO)
- Housing Referral Office
- Human Resources Office
- Human Resources Outsourcing
- Human Rights Ordinance
- Human Rights Organization
- Humanitarian Relief Operations
- Humanitarian Relief Organization
- Harness Racing Owners Association (Australia)
- Hollister Ranch Owners Association
- Human Resources Outsourcing Association
- Human Rights Office in Abkhazia, Georgia (UN office)
- Hardware Realization Of Adaptive Networks
- Human Resources Operations Branch (US Army)
- Hampton Roads Outreach Center (Norfolk, VA)
- Healing and Rebuilding Our Communities (African Great Lakes Initiative)
- Holy Resurrection Orthodox Church (Potomac, MD)
- House Republican Organizational Committee (Olympia, WA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Byline: Daniel Prescott HANSA ROSTOCK v FORTUNA DUSSELDORF 5pm FORTUNA Dusseldorf travel to Rostock on the back of three consecutive draws, writes Daniel Prescott.
Byline: IAN CARBIS SUNDAY'S German second division game between Hansa Rostock and Dynamo Dresden looks like being a sell-out - even though the match is being played behind closed doors.
A German medical team from the University of Rostock will carry out free of charge medical operations for patients of harelip and construction palate at Al-Jumhuriah Hospital in Aden.
95 Paperback HQ1630 This ethnography compares the post socialist feminist movements of Erfurt and Rostock Germany within the framework of place.
At the party's congress in the eastern German city of Rostock, one of its electoral strongholds, Die Linke officially marked the retirement of Lafontaine, 66, for health reasons, and Lothar Bisky, 68, who together founded the leftist party in 2007.
Mr Robertson had invested in Rostock Investments Limited and St James Capital Hotels Limited, both of which had secured the deal to build the 187-room hotel.
Rostock Investments Limited and St James Capital Hotels Limited, both registered in the British Virgin Islands, are now in the hands of administrators Zolfo Cooper.