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What does UOB stand for?
UOB stands for University of Bath (United Kingdom)
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We have 30 other meanings of UOB in our Acronym Attic
- Unit Owners Association of Queensland (Australia)
- University of Applied Sciences
- University of Oklahoma Animation Society
- Ultima Online Bibliothek
- Unit Order of Battle
- United Overseas Bank
- Unity of Blood (band)
- University of Bahrain
- University of Balamand (Lebanon)
- University of Ballarat (Australia)
- University of Bedfordshire (UK)
- University of Birmingham (Birmingham, United Kingdom)
- University of Brighton (United Kingdom)
- University of Bristol (UK)
- Ultima Online Bugs Board (online gaming cheats/discussion board)
- United Overseas Bank Bali (Indonesia)
- United Organisation for Batwa Development in Uganda
- University of Bristol Innocence Project (legal clinic; University of Bristol; UK)
- United Overseas Bank (Malaysia)
- Universite Omar Bongo Ondimba (French: University Omar Bongo Ondimba; Libreville, Gabon)
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He had spells coaching at Bath City and also with PAOK in Greece, before joining the University of Bath as football coach in the early 1970s.
Athletes from a dozen nations have been honing their London 2012 preparations at the University of Bath ' including swimmers from China, badminton players from Malaysia, and judo players from Barbados, Ghana and Nauru.
FormerWales international Ivor Powell trained footballers at the University of Bath for 37 years,S after a distinguished playing career which saw him appear for Blackpool, Queen's Park Rangers and Aston Villa.
Ivor coached Team Bath for 37 years and continued to share his expert knowledge with University of Bath footballers when the team folded last year.
Dr Adrian Evans of the University of Bath, who conducted the research into biometrics - the identification of humans based on physical characteristics - said: "Noses are easy to photograph and hard to conceal.
The study, lead by Dr Anna Gilmore of the University of Bath, revealed a "marked decline" in exposure to second-hand smoke among children aged four to 15.
The ability to track strains in this way will enable researchers to understand how strains can spread so rapidly, and should lead to novel infection control strategies -- not only for MRSA but also for other emerging superbugs," said a statement from the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, in Britain, which conducted the study in cooperation with the University of Bath.