eið·rof


eið·rof
n.
нарушение клятвы, клятвопреступление

Old Norse-ensk orðabók. 2013.

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  • ROF Chorley — was a UK government owned, munitions filling, Royal Ordnance Factory (Filling Factory No. 1). It was planned as a Permanent Royal Ordnance Factory with the intention that it, unlike some other similar facilities, would remain open for production… …   Wikipedia

  • ROF Glascoed — (now BAE Systems Land Systems Munitions Glascoed) was a UK government owned, Royal Ordnance Factory. It was designed as one of 20 munitions filling factories. It was planned as a Permanent Royal Ordnance Factory with the intention that, unlike… …   Wikipedia

  • ROF Dalmuir — was a British government owned, World War II, Engineering Royal Ordnance Factory it made medium calibre guns, particularly anti aircraft guns. After the war it made armoured fighting vehicles. Formation of ROF DalmuirPart of the site of the… …   Wikipedia

  • ROF Kirkby — ROF Kirkby, (Filling Factory No.7) was a large World War II Royal Ordnance Factory filling munitions.cite book last= Whale first = Derek title = Lost Villages of Liverpool Part Three date = 1984 publisher = T Stephenson Sons Ltd location =… …   Wikipedia

  • ROF Thorpe Arch — was one of sixteen World War II, UK government owned Royal Ordnance Factory, which produced munitions. It was a medium sized filling factory (Filling Factory No. 9).It was located on the banks of the River Wharfe, north east of the two villages… …   Wikipedia

  • ROF Bridgend — ROF Bridgend, (Filling Factory No. 2), was one of the largest of sixteen World War II, UK government owned, Royal Ordnance Factory munitions Filling Factories. It was of great significance to the Britain s war effort. At its peak of production it …   Wikipedia

  • ROF — is a three letter abbreviation that may refer to:* Royal Ordnance Factory * Rate of fire * Republic of Formosa * Rhapsody of Fire * Rollonfriday * Roaring Fork River * Ring of Fire …   Wikipedia

  • ROF Newport — was World War II engineering Royal Ordnance Factory that produced guns. Building started on a former allotment site off Corporation Road, Newport in April 1940.On 7 November 1940 the Factory was officially opened by Sir Charles Northrup McLaren,… …   Wikipedia

  • Röf — (Schiffb.), so v.w. Roos …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • rof — rof(e obs. pa. tense of rive v.1; obs. ff. roof …   Useful english dictionary

  • ROF Bishopton — The Royal Ordnance Factory (ROF) Bishopton was a UK Ministry of Supply, World War II, Explosive ROF. It is sited adjacent to the town of Bishopton, Renfrewshire, in Scotland.It was built, with the Ministry of Works acting as s, as three separate …   Wikipedia

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