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  • All games were played with seven players per side, with the rover position being used.
  • Each side had seven players on the ice, the extra position being the rover.
  • The final landing place for the rover was less than from its target after a journey.
  • The game is similar to the game Red Rover in the Western world.
  • Land Rover clubs break down into a number of groups of varying interests.
  • The Rover brand would have been dropped and all volume production abandoned.
  • The rover also had two black-and-white cameras and a color one.
  • The hills lie approximately away from the rover's original landing position.
  • The Land Rover is used by military forces throughout the world.
  • Rover at the time, with no understanding of the problems, simply replaced the engines.
  • However, the contract was eventually taken up by Rover only.
  • They also lower the step that the rover must climb down.
  • The rover carries a variety of scientific instruments designed by an international team.
  • This was an attempt to take a portion of the military vehicle business from Land Rover.
  • But even with this new strategy, there was no response from the rover.
  • It is also possible that the rover had experienced a mission clock fault.
  • He expressed interest in selling the house he had shared with her, and he sold her Land Rover.
  • His first project was to fit an engine to one of his Rover bicycles.
  • These were designated as cover point and point, although they lined up behind the center and the rover, unlike today.
  • He remained executive chairman of Rover but was replaced as managing director.
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Meaning of Rover

  • noun An adult member of the boy scouts movement