But it's never going to be that simple - he was her one big love.
What does OBL stand for?
OBL stands for One Big Love (band)
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- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 68 other meanings of OBL in our Acronym Attic
- Oblast (Russian, province; used in postal addresses)
- Ocala Business Leaders
- Ocean Bill of Lading
- Office of Business Liaison
- Oficial Blog LaLiamos (Spanish: LaLiamos Official Blog; web design company blog)
- Ohio Bankers League (combined Ohio Bankers Association and Ohio League of Financial Institutions)
- Oil Basins Limited (Australia)
- Old Blinking Light (Taos, NM restaurant)
- On Board Leader (Delta Airlines Flight Attendant in Charge)
- Online Burma/Myanmar Library
- Ontario Boating League (Penetanguishene, ON, Canada)
- Opaque Bubble Layer (Laser-Assisted Stromal In-Situ Keratomileusis complication)
- Open Border Lobby
- Opérateur Boucle Locale (French: Local Loop Operator)
- Operating Budget Ledger
- Operation Babylift (Vietnam)
- Optical Break Lock (missiles, object being observed or tracked leaves the field-of-view of the tracking system)
- Optimum Biometric Labs (Karlskrona, Sweden)
- Orange Ball League
Samples in periodicals archive:
Raising money for vulnerable people in the UK and Africa, the sale of just one Big Love shirt will pay for a Kenyan student's education supplies so they can go to school and have a greater chance of escaping poverty.
Now 10 years after he committed suicide, Chloe has opened her heart about the man she calls "the one big love of my life".
Also the scene where Ripley says he'd take a bullet for Dickie and the scene in the jazz club where, under the cover of music, I shout to him, "It's one big love affair.
Freddie also talks candidly about the one big love of his life, Mary Austin, whom he lived with for eight years after they met in Kensington Market where he was working on a clothes stall.
`Even so, Neil always knew about my one big love, Gordon Henderson, who I'd met in 1983.