- a mark selected at random, as in a competition between two archers wandering over a specified area.
- one of a group of fixed marks at a long distance.
- an archer who shoots at such a mark.
- (at concerts or the like) a person who has a ticket for standing room only.
- a senior boy scout, 18 years of age or older.
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To discuss his work in The Rover—and his career more generally—Pattinson recently sat down with The Daily Beast in Los Angeles.
How was making The Rover different than making the Twilight movies?
The rover had previously discovered definitive evidence of running water in the relatively recent past.Are We All Martians? How Recent Discoveries Raise That Possibility.|Lawrence M. Krauss|March 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
This happened to be the same day that another division of NASA landed a rover, dubbed Curiosity, on Mars.NASA’s New York–Based Space Institute the Hub of Climate-Change Research|Michael Daly|August 8, 2012|DAILY BEAST
His latest book is Blood's A Rover, the final volume of his Underworld U.S.A. trilogy, published on Sept. 22 by Knopf.
"But I don't expect to do much in business," wrote Mr. Rover.The Rover Boys in Business|Arthur M. Winfield
A boat was lowered, and in a few seconds Rover was on deck again, holding baby Lily fast between his jaws.Fifty-Two Stories For Girls|Various
The manner of the Rover changed as suddenly as his language.
The Rover turned calmly to his veteran companion, and continued the discourse.
"You—" the Rover broke the silence first, "you are not of the Foanna—" He paused as if waiting an answer—denial or protest.Key Out of Time|Andre Alice Norton