Rover

Rover or rovers stems from middle English "roven", which means move around, stray. It may refer to:

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List Of Cars Characters - Cars 2 - Sir Miles Axlerod
... Axlerod's engine turns out to be the Rover V8 in the photo obtained by McMissile and Shiftwell (described by Mater and Tomber as "the worst engine ever made"), and he is ... Axlerod is styled after a first generation Range Rover and has a Rover V8 engine (an abandoned Buick design) ... British Leyland produced both the Rover V-8 engine and the Range Rover models ...
Scout Prayer - The Rover Prayer
... The rover prayer is based upon the prayer of St Ignatius of Loyola and was adopted by Baden-Powell for use by the Rover Scout section ...
Rover (motorcycles)
... The Rover Company was a British bicycle and motorcycle manufacturer before it began the manufacture of motor cars ... Rover was established in 1878 by John Kemp Starley in Coventry to produce bicycles ... The company developed and produced the Rover Imperial motorcycle in November 1902 ...
Land Rover Wolf
... The Land Rover Wolf is a light military vehicle based on the Land Rover Defender. ...
Rover - Other Uses
... Rover (Beanie Baby) Rover (fish) Rover (lawnmower) Rover (ticket) ROVER, a military system that transmits images from aircraft Rover Scout, a Scouting service division Swagman, a class of Australian transient ...

Famous quotes containing the word rover:

    One dreadful sound could the Rover hear,
    A sound as if, with the Inchcape Bell,
    The Devil below was ringing his knell.
    Robert Southey (1774–1843)

    Old Rover in his moss-greened house
    Mumbles a bone, and barks at a mouse.
    Walter De La Mare (1873–1956)