ROH

ROH can stand for:

  • "Radius of Hollow", a measurement of the depth of the hollow grind on the bottom of an ice skate blade
  • Revoluční odborové hnutí, a historical (1945-1990) monopolistic communistic labour union in former Czechoslovakia
  • Ring of Honor, a national professional wrestling promotion in the United States
  • Rohm and Haas, a major chemical manufacturing company
  • Royal Opera House, London, England
  • A generic alcohol
  • The ISO 639-3 code for the Romansh language
  • R-OH the symbol for the Alcohol group.

Other articles related to "roh":

CP Munk - Wrestling Career - Ring of Honor
... His final appearance in ROH as a representative of CZW was in a No Ropes Barbed Wire Match against B.J ... He returned to ROH a year later in August 2007 at ROH's third pay-per-view Man Up, as part of debuting stable The Age of the Fall with Jimmy Jacobs, Tyler Black and Lacey ... Ring of Honor Wrestling, Necro was defeated by Homicide in a Butcher's Rules match in his final ROH appearance before being let go by the promotion ...
Revoluční Odborové Hnutí - Prague Spring
... During the Prague Spring of 1968, ROH became somewhat more independent ... Ahead of the 7th ROH congress, held March 4-March 5, 1969, 75% of the delegates were elected from the affiliated unions through secret ballots (for the first time) ... In the ROH leadership elected at the congress, different political strands were represented ...
Bison Smith - Career - Ring of Honor
... Smith made his Ring of Honor (ROH) debut at Full Circle on January 16, 2009 in Manassas, Virginia by interrupting a match between Rhett Titus and Sean Denny, and attacking both men ... On the March 4 edition of the ROH Video Wire, it was revealed that Prince Nana, a manager who had just recently returned to ROH, was controlling Smith ... Smith had his first loss in ROH on March 13 at Stylin' and Profilin', when he lost to Danielson by countout ...
Roh Moo-hyun
... Roh Moo-hyun (Hangul 노무현 Hanja 盧武鉉 ) (6 August 1946 – 23 May 2009) was the 9th President of the Republic of Korea (2003–2008) ... Roh's pre-presidential political career was focused on human rights advocacy for student activists in South Korea ... Roh's election was notable for the arrival in power of a new generation of Korean politicians, the so-called 386 Generation, (i.e ...
Supreme Scientist - South Korea's Response To Controversies - South Korean Government's Involvement in The Scandal
... Hwang especially tried to win favor from the Roh Moo-hyun government, which in turn was suffering from a lack of popular support and wanted to demonstrate its competency by creating ... President Roh had been acquainted with Hwang since 2003, and made a number of comments intended to protect Hwang from potential bioethical issues ... On June 18, 2004, Roh awarded Hwang a medal and said, "it is not possible nor desirable to prohibit research, just because there are concerns that it ...