ARB, ARb or arb may refer to:
ARB (Alexander's Ragtime Band) is a Japanese rock band formed in 1978. Its members are Ryo Ishibashi, Koya Naito, Ebi, and Keith. Jean-Jacques Burnel from The Stranglers was also a member for a short time.
ARB (martial art)
ARB is a Russian martial art of training for protection and attack receptions that incorporated many functional elements from an arsenal of individual hand-to-hand combat and martial arts styles from around the world, and has been used in real fighting activities. The modern and quickly developing form of the martial art is single combat which have received popularity for full contact duels while offering minimum risk of trauma to sportsmen.
The Collaborative International Dictionary
arb \arb\ n. [Shortened from arbitrageur.] Someone who engages in arbitrage (who purchases securities in one market for immediate resale in another in the hope of profiting from the price differential); shortened form of arbitrageur.
init. Angiotensin Receptor Blockers
Usage examples of "arb".
Those seventeen-now reduced to sixteen since Doole had eliminated Arb Skynxnex from consideration-clearly had been rising stars in the Black Sun organization.
Prince, Arber, and others, that the letter could not have been written on Sunday.
Bradford, and are not allowed by Professor Arber to forget--as apart of her refitting in Holland.
Murphy and Arber include him--apparently through oversight alone-- in the list of those of Leyden who did not go, unless there were two of the name, one of whom remained in Holland.
John Turner, as suggested by Arber, for he did not arrive till that night.
East and West Indian waters, compel a far different estimate of him as a man, from that of Arber, however excellent he was as a mariner.
There are still better grounds, as will appear in the closely connected relations of Jones, for holding with Goodwin rather than with Arber in the matter.
Upon him and his exhaustive work all others have largely drawn,--notably Professor Arber himself,--and his conclusions seem entitled to the same weight here which Arber gives them in other relations.
Neill is clearly of opinion that the Captains of the MAY-FLOWER and the DISCOVERY were identical, and this belief is shared by such authorities in Pilgrim literature as Young, Prince, Goodwin, and Davis, and against this formidable consensus of opinion, Arber, unless better supported, can hardly hope to prevail.
The consort was a pinnace--as vessels of her class were then and for many years called--of sixty tons burden, as already stated, having two masts, which were put in--as we are informed by Bradford, and are not allowed by Professor Arber to forget--as apart of her refitting in Holland.
Grossen Arber, the fourteen-hundred-metre mountain a few miles to the north.
He drove up the winding valley road, past turn-off signs to the Grosser Arber and the Kleine Arbersee.