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What does UoR stand for?
UoR stands for University of Rochester (Rochester, New York)
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We have 19 other meanings of UoR in our Acronym Attic
- Uniform Offense Report
- Union of Reach (gaming clan)
- Union of Revolution (gaming clan)
- Unit of Recovery
- Units of Resolution
- Universal Orlando Resort (Orlando, Florida)
- University of Oregon
- University of Rajasthan (India)
- University of Reading (UK)
- University of Redlands (California)
- University of Roorkee (Roorke, India; now known as Indian Institute of Technology)
- University of the Rockies
- Unliquidated Obligation Research
- Unusual Occurrence Report
- Urgent Operational Requirement
- Use of Resources (UK)
- Ustawa o Rachunkowosci (Polish: Bill of Accountancy)
- United Oriental Roller Association (pigeon club)
- Upper Ocklawaha River Basin
- Uganda Orphans Rural Development Programme (HIV/AIDS support group)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Colin Turbayne established an International Berkeley Essay Prize competition in cooperation with the Philosophy Department at the University of Rochester.
Partners in the Struggle for Coeducation at the University of Rochester A week after Anthony and Montgomery spoke from the YWCA platform, the trustees of the University of Rochester voted to make the university coeducational if the women of the city could raise the substantial sum of $100,000 for the university.
The problem is indeed serious, agrees Ralph Manchester, director of University health services at the University of Rochester in New York.
Howe, a Lakehead University researcher, has teamed with colleagues at the University of Rochester, New York, to look into the memory processes in abused and neglected children.
Willey's work while at the University of Rochester received a combined patent in Japan.
Following an 18-month postdoctoral appointment at the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology in Bethesda, Maryland, he joined the faculty of the University of Rochester Medical School in New York, where he worked with toxicologist Harold Hodge.