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What does WOB stand for?

WOB stands for Wolfsburg (Germany)

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com Contractor name : EMPL FAHRZEUGWERK GMBH Contractor address : Josef-Empl-StraE-e 1 06895 Zahna-Elster Agency : Stadt Wolfsburg Porschestr.
Germany defender Arne Friedrich parted company with 2009 German champions VfL Wolfsburg matches so far this season and not trained with the team due to back problems.
Neither might Vfl Wolfsburg for that matter, who prior to Wolf's arrival in 1998 had spent much of the previous three decades scratching around in the second and third tiers of German football.
Located in three exhibition spaces, including the Haus Lange and Haus Esters in Krefeld and the Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg (a smaller version subsequently appeared at the MoMA in Oxford), this latest Andre retrospective, the largest in the artist's career, stressed his sculpture's inextricable relationship with ambient space.
Wireless Wolfsburg" to Support Mobile Automotive Internet Applications and Municipal Services WOLFSBURG, Germany -- Tropos[R] Networks, the market leader in wireless IP broadband mesh networks, today announced that its Tropos MetroMesh[TM] wireless broadband network infrastructure is being used by "Wireless Wolfsburg," a jointly funded research cooperative between Volkswagen, Wolfsburg AG, Wobcom GmbH and Decrior GbR.
Barcelona's much-travelled forward Alexander Hleb said Wednesday he is grateful for the chance to impress at German league side VfL Wolfsburg after being loaned to the 2009 Bundesliga international has been signed by Wolfsburg until December 31 and is expected to start training again in two weeks as he recovers from a knee operation in June.
WOLFSBURG have confirmed the appointment of Steve McClaren as coach at the Volkswagen Arena.
German champions VfL Wolfsburg are hoping to take advantage of Manchester United's growing casualty list when they take on the English giant on Tuesday for a place in the Champions League's last 16.