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Return on equity — A measure of how well a company used reinvested earnings to generate additional earnings
Rules of engagement — Rules on when to fire or return fire
A surname, from a Middle English nickname meaning a roe
The eggs of fish
The ovaries of certain crustaceans
The sperm of certain fish
A Eurasian deer with brownish coat
Return on Equity
{n} the female of the hart, the eggs of fish
guidelines created by military authorities that detail under what circumstances the United States will initiate or engage in battle (Military)
(Ticaret) (return on equity) The ratio of net income divided by net worth (equity) that indicates the highest-level indicator of company success
{i} family name
eggs of female fish
Ratio of net earnings for an accounting period to shareholders' equity at the start of the period It provides an indication of the efficiency of a company in making profit from its own resources
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the eggs or egg-laden ovary of a fish the egg mass or spawn of certain crustaceans such as the lobster eggs of female fish fish eggs or egg-filled ovary; having a grainy texture
Fish eggs still within the ovary
An amount, stated as a percentage, that informs common shareholders how effectively the funds invested are being utilized during a specific period Trends can be found if current and prior periods are compared and if compared with industry composites, it shows whether or not the company is keeping up with its competitors The rate is calculated by dividing net earnings by average stockholders' equity
the egg mass or spawn of certain crustaceans such as the lobster
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{i} species of deer native to Europe and Asia; eggs of a fish, eggs of various crustaceans
Rules of engagement
A roebuck
Fish eggs Soft roe is from female fish, and hard (white) roe is from male fish
A mottled appearance of light and shade in wood, especially in mahogany
Unspawned, unfertilized fish eggs
The female of any species of deer
Abbreviation for Return on Equity ROE is an accounting ratio of net profits divided by equity
A word used to refer to either a female fish's eggs or male fish's milt, or sperm May come from carp, mackerel, or herring, but Americans seem to focus on the roe of shad Roe should smell fresh and be firm
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fish eggs or egg-filled ovary; having a grainy texture
unfertilized egg mass of a female It is bright red when cooked
the eggs or egg-laden ovary of a fish
Roe is the eggs or sperm of a fish, which is eaten as food. cod's roe. The roe deer. fish eggs eaten as a food caviar (roge)
Profit on the average equity
the egg of a fish
Sometimes applied, loosely, to the sperm and the testes of the male
The ova or spawn of fishes and amphibians, especially when still inclosed in the ovarian membranes
General term given to the eggs or ovaries of fish Many roes have a commercial value, the highest being for caviar, the roe of the sturgeon Other commercially produced roes are those from salmon, trout, lumpfish and sea urchins Some roes, such as that of the Cod (Gadus morhua) is used as a wet diet in aquaculture It has been particularly successful in use for elvers (Anguilla sp ) prior to weaning on to dry diets although fears for disease contamination limit it's use
roe deer
A small deer species of Europe, Asia Minor, and Caspian coastal regions (Capreolus capreolus)
Attributive form of roe deer, noun
Roe v Wade
landmark 1973 decision by the U.S. Supreme Court that legalized abortion and established a woman's right to choose to end a pregnancy through abortion
Roe v. Wade
a court case decided by the US Supreme Court in 1973 which said that the states cannot prevent a woman from having an abortion. (1973) Decision of the Supreme Court of the United States that established a woman's right to have an abortion without undue interference from the government. A Texas law prohibiting abortions was challenged by an unmarried pregnant woman (pseudonymously named Jane Roe), and the court ruled in her favour, finding that the state had violated her right to privacy (see rights of privacy). Harry Blackmun, writing for the seven-member majority, argued that the state's legitimate concern for the protection of prenatal life increased as a pregnancy advanced. While allowing that the state might forbid abortions during a pregnancy's third trimester, he held that a woman was entitled to obtain an abortion freely, after medical consultation, during the first trimester and in an authorized clinic during the second trimester. The Roe decision, perhaps the most controversial in the Supreme Court's history, remains at the centre of the issue of abortion rights. Repeated challenges since 1973, such as Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania v. Casey, have narrowed the scope of Roe but have not overturned it
Roe vs Wade
landmark 1973 decision by the U.S. Supreme Court that legalized abortion and established a woman's right to choose to end a pregnancy through abortion
roe deer
small graceful deer of Eurasian woodlands having small forked antlers
roe deer
greyish-brown deer that lives on the Carmel mountain ridge
roe deer
A roe deer is a small deer which lives in woods in Europe and Asia. A rather small, delicately formed Eurasian deer (Capreolus capreolus) having short branched antlers in the male and a brownish coat. roe deer a small European and Asian deer that lives in forests. Almost tailless Eurasian deer (Capreolus capreolus), found in small family groups in lightly forested regions. It stands 26-34 in. (66-86 cm) at the shoulder. Its coat is reddish brown in summer and grayish brown, with a conspicuous white rump patch, in winter. The male has short, usually three-tined antlers roughened at the base. When alarmed, the deer barks like a dog
roe, richard
A fictious name for a party, real or fictious, to an act or proceeding
roe, richard
Other names were formerly similarly used, as John-a-Nokes, John o', or of the, Nokes, or Noakes, John-a-Stiles, etc
richard roe
an unknown or fictitious party to legal proceedings
roe deer
plural of roe
shad roe
roe of shad; may be parboiled or baked or sauteed gently
soft roe
The spermatozoa or testes of a fish; milt
soft roe
{i} milt, sperm of a male fish; spermatozoa of fish; reproductive organs of a male fish

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    milt, roe deer


    /ˈrō/ /ˈroʊ/


    [ 'rO ] (noun.) before 12th century. 15th century, from Middle Dutch roge or Middle Low German roge, from Old High German roga; related to Old Norse hrogn, Flemish rog; from Proto-Germanic *khrugna; from Proto-Indo-European *qreq- (“spawn”) or Proto-Indo-European *krek-, from which also Lithuanian kurkle, Russian krjak “frog’s eggs”.“” in the Online Etymology Dictionary, Douglas Harper, 2001 Compare this latter Proto-Indo-European root to Proto-Indo-European *ikʷ(e)r- (“fish egg”), from which Russian икра (ikrá, “roe, fish eggs”) and thence Japanese イクラ (ikura, “salmon eggs”).

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