Moab

Origin : Biblical,

Pronunciation : MO-ab (English)  ,

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Moab Expression, Moab Soul Urge, Moab Inner Dream

numerology

Numerology information Moab:

numerologyName Number: 4 Meaning: Stability, Sameness, Regular, Rules, Condition, Responsibility, Routine, Frame, Detail, Order

additional

Additional information Moab:

additionalBiblical Meaning: The name Moab is a Biblical baby name. In Biblical the meaning of the name Moab is: Of his father.

additionalMeans "of his father" in Hebrew. In the Old Testament this is the name of a son of Lot. He was the ancestor of the Moabites, a people who lived in the region called Moab to the east of Israel.

urban

Definition funny of Moab:

urban(Pronounced Moe-ab) It stands for Mouth On Ass and Balls. (Also could be spelled M.O.A.B.)

urbanHe was squealing like a little girl due to the MOAB technique she was using on him.

urban"Massive Ordnance Air Burst" "Mother Of All Bombs" Premier US-made bomb, launchable by aircraft, possible replacement for the Daisy Cutter and such related similar weapons. Non-nuclear. Tested weeks before Operation Iraqi Freedom, off the coast of Florida. Currently the MOAB has not seen real battle usage, thus the MOAB is widely considered a scare tactic.

urban"The MOAB is the anti-nuclear bomb." -me

urbanMOAB - Massive Ordnance Air Blast Bomb/Mother of All Bombs The GBU-43/B is large, powerful and accurately delivered, high explosive. It is the largest conventional bomb in existence since the BLU-82B or “Daisy Cutter”. The GBU-43/B Massive Ordnance Air Blast Bomb (MOAB) weapon is a 21,000 lbs total weight GPS-guided munition with fins and inertial gyro for pitch and roll control. MOAB is a guided bomb which delivers the 18,700 lb BLU-120/B warhead bomb with KMU-593/B GPS/INS. The MOAB is the largest-ever satellite-guided, air-delivered weapon in history not the largest ever, but the largest satellite guided. The 21,600-pound MOAB is an improved replacement for the unguided 15,000-pound BLU-82 Daisy Cutter. It is 30 feet long with a diameter of 40.5 inches. The warhead is a blast-type warhead. It was developed in only nine weeks to be available for the Iraq campaign, but it was not used in combat. The 21,700-pound 9,500 kilogram bomb contains 18,700 pounds of H6, an explosive that is a mixture of RDX (Cyclotrimethylene trinitramine), TNT, and aluminum. H6 is used by the military for general purpose bombs. H6 is an Australian produced explosive composition. Composition H6 is a widely used main charge filling for underwater blast weapons such as mines, depth charges, torpedoes and mine disposal charges. HBX compositions (HBX-1, HBX-3, and H6) are aluminized (powdered aluminum) explosives used primarily as a replacement for the obsolete explosive, torpex. They are employed as bursting charges in mines, depth bombs, depth charges, and torpedoes. HBX-3 and H-6 have lower sensitivity to impact and much higher explosion test temperatures than torpex. The MOAB weapon produces a very large explosive blast, with lesser fragmentation effects due to a thin-walled aluminum casing. Contrary to some published claims, it most certainly is not an Ethylene-Oxide Fuel-Air Explosive (FAE). Some initial reports had stated that this replacement for the BLU-82 bomb uses more of the slurry of ammonium nitrate and powdered aluminum used in the BLU-82. Other reports indicated that the MOAB might use tritonal explosive as opposed to the gelled slurry explosive of the BLU-82. Contrary to some reports, it is not capable of deep ground penetration. Like the BLU-82, the MOAB rests in a cradle on an airdrop platform inside a C-130 aircraft. Due to the size of the ordnance, the item is extracted from either an MC-130 Talon II or “Slick” C-130 Hercules by way of a parachute. A drogue parachute extracts the weapon, cradle and platform—and the weapon is quickly released to maintain maximum forward momentum. The grid fins then open and begin guiding the weapon to its target. The MOAB weapon is based upon the same principle as the BLU-82 “Daisy Cutter”, except that it is larger and has a guidance system. The weapon is expected to produce a tremendous explosion that would be effective against hard-target entrances, soft-to-medium surface targets, and for anti-personnel purposes. Because of the size of the explosion, it is also effective at LZ clearance and mine and beach obstacle clearance. Injury or death to persons will be primarily caused by blast or fragmentation. It is expected that the weapon will have a substantial psychological effect on those who witness its use. The massive weapon provides a capability to perform psychological operations, attack large area targets, or hold at-risk threats hidden within tunnels or caves. The weapon is intended to have a high altitude release, allowing for greater stand-off range for the delivery vehicle. Following deployment from the aircraft via drogue parachute, the MOAB weapon is guided approximately 3 nautical miles through a GPS system (with inertial gyros for pitch and roll control), JDAM actuators, and is stabilized by series of fixed wings and grid fins. The weapon, which uses the aircraft’s GPS prior to launch, takes several seconds to reconnect to the GPS signal after it has been deployed, which is normal for GPS weapons. The US Air Force developed the satellite-guided Massive Ordnance Air Blast Bombs (MOAB) as a successor to the the 15,000-lb. "Daisy Cutters" used in Vietnam and Afghanistan. The Air Force is said to call MOABs (pronounced MOE-ab) the Mother Of All Bombs. As with the earlier Daisy Cutter, these huge bombs are dropped out of the rear of the C-130 cargo plane. Unlike the Daisy Cutter, the MOAB falls to the ground without the use of a retarding parachute. As a result, the aircraft releasing the bomb can fly at higher altitudes, thus making it safer for US pilots.

urbanBecause Charlie got a visit from a Daisy Cutter in Vietnam, Hajji gets an upgraded visit from the MOAB. In all my years in the military, I've never heard of anyone starting the name of a bomb with the name "Massive". You know it's going to be fucked up for the bad guys! some people say that we should drop a MOAB on Hajji and bomb his ass back to the stone age. I agree, however, sending him back to the stone age would be an improvement.

urbanoutdoor playground in Utah. biking, rafting hiking, smoking all that good stuff

expression

Expression information Moab:

expressionPeople with this name tend to be orderly and dedicated to building their lives on a solid foundation of order and service. They value truth, justice, and discipline, and may be quick-tempered with those who do not. Their practical nature makes them good at managing and saving money, and at building things in the material world. Because of their focus on order and practicality, they may seem overly cautious and conservative at times.

soul

Soul information Moab:

soulPeople with this name have a deep inner need for quiet, and a desire to understand and analyze the world they live in, and to learn the deeper truths.

songs

Songs about Moab:

songsMoab by Sun Masons from the Album Senses

songsMoab by Conor Oberst from the Album Conor Oberst

songsMoab by Stephen J. Anderson from the Album Moab - Single

songsMoab Rap "Mother of All Bombs" [Explicit] by Teamheadkick from the Album N3rdgasm [Explicit]

songsMoab Suite: Sunrise at Dead Horse Point; The White Rim; Desert Flood: The Pour Off; Sunset at Green River Overlook... by Robert Burkhardt from the Album Moab Suite: Sunrise at Dead Horse Point; The White Rim; Desert Flood: The Pour Off; Sunset at Green River Overlook - Single

songsArabika (Alex Morgan & Moab Remix) by Alberto Costas from the Album Arabika

songsBururi Wa Moab by Thiongo Muya from the Album Kiheo Ni Thumbi

books

Books about Moab:

booksMoab [Map Pack Bundle] (National Geographic Trails Illustrated Map) by National Geographic Maps - Trails Illustrated (Jan 1, 2001)

booksMoab Is My Washpot: An Autobiography by Stephen Fry (May 25, 1999)

booksMoab Is My Washpot by Stephen Fry (Nov 11, 2014)

booksWhere God Put the West: Movie Making in the Desert by Bette L Stanton (Jun 30, 1994)

booksMoab South (National Geographic Trails Illustrated Map) by National Geographic Maps - Trails Illustrated (Jan 1, 2012)

booksMoab, UT - A Photographer's Shooting Guide I by Jerry Patterson (Apr 13, 2014)

booksMountain Biking Moab Pocket Guide: More than 40 of the Area's Greatest Off-Road Bicycle Rides (Regional Mountain... by David Crowell (Oct 21, 2014)

movies

Movies about Moab:

movies#4 Moab, Utah 2008 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 12 mins Directed by: Rick Russell

movies#20 Moab Trails Vol III 2009 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 10 mins Directed by: Rick Russell

movies#16 Moab Extreme 2009 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 13 mins Directed by: Rick Russell

moviesTraining to Endure! Arches National Park, Moab Utah. DVD EDITION. Indoor Cycling Training / Spinning Fitness and... 2012 - Runtime: 1 hr 56 mins Starring: Paul Gallas and Adam Zimmerman Directed by: Paul Gallas

moviesLas Maletas de Tulse Luper: La Historia de Moab - Runtime: 2 hrs 7 mins Starring: JJ Feild, Raymond J. Barry, et al.

moviesMuscle Breakdown. Gran Fondo Moab Utah. DVD Edition. Indoor Cycling Training / Spinning Fitness and Workout Videos... 2011 - Runtime: 3 hrs 54 mins Starring: Paul Gallas and Danny Summerhill Directed by: Paul Gallas

movies#16 Moab Extreme 2009 - Runtime: 1 hr 4 mins

wiki

Wiki information Moab:

Moab
City/Town/Village, Location, HUD County Place, HUD Foreclosure Area, Statistical region, Governmental Jurisdiction, Dated location, Filming location, Travel destination

Moab is a city in Grand County, in eastern Utah, in the western United States. The population was 5,046 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat and largest city in Grand County. Moab attracts a large number of tourists every year, mostly visitors...

Moab
Location

Moab is the historical name for a mountainous strip of land in Jordan. The land lies alongside much of the eastern shore of the Dead Sea. The existence of the Kingdom of Moab is attested to by numerous archeological findings, most notably the Mesha...