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Fob or FOB may refer to: Contents. [hide]. 1 Entertainment; 2 Fashion and technology; 3 Medicine; 4 Military; 5 Other uses. Entertainment[edit]. Fall Out Boy, an American rock band; FOB (play), a 1981 play by David Henry Hwang. Fashion and technology[edit]. Fob pocket · Key fob · USB fob · Watch fob ...

www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2010/10/tech-etymology-key-fob/64638

Oct 25, 2010 ... The term may have originated from watch fobs, according to ... Today, the term key fob is most closely associated with the small devices used to ...

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According to http://www.etymonline.com/index.... it was first the small pocket itself, ... Submit any pending changes before refreshing this page. Internet connection problem. Hide this message. Quora. Sign In. Key Fobs.

www.webopedia.com/TERM/K/key_fob.html

Key fob is also a word used to describe a key chain and several other similar items and devices. The word fob is believed to have originated from watch fobs, ...

www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/fob

Jul 26, 2017 ... Define fob: deceive, cheat. ... Origin and Etymology of fob ... A key fob button unlatches the trunk — but doesn't cause the trunk lid to rise.

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Fob definition, a small pocket just below the waistline in trousers for a watch, keys , change, etc. See more.

www.transportationinsight.com/blog/industry-news/2012/06/f-o-b-mean

Jun 8, 2012 ... Every vendor / client relationship should have the FOB terms specified in their PO purchase terms. ... “FOB Origin” refers to the legal fact that the buyer assumes title of ... Balance: The Key to Successful International Shipping.

www.yourdictionary.com/key-fob

key fob definition: noun 1. A small object fastened to a key chain or key ring and designed to be comfortably grasped. 2. ... How would you define key fob?

www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=fob

Look up fob at Dictionary.com: 1650s, "men's small waist pocket for valuables," of uncertain origin, probably related to Low German fobke "pocket," High German ...