, Tajikistan, a city in Tajikistan Rabot
near Antarctica Rabot
in Antarctica Rabot
Point, a high...
- Rabot Glacier
(83°11′S 160°10′E / 83.183°S 160.167°E / -83.183; 160.167Coordinates: 83°11′S 160°10′E / 83.183°S 160.167°E / -83.183; 160.167) is...
(Russian and Tajik: Работ}}, Persian: رباط) is a village
in Tajikistan. It is part of the city of Tursunzoda
- has over 70 around
the UK. In 2006, the company officially acquired
the Rabot Estate
Lucia, and is, to date, the only company
in the UK to own...
- Rabot Point
(64°17′S 57°20′W / 64.283°S 57.333°W / -64.283; -57.333Coordinates: 64°17′S 57°20′W / 64.283°S 57.333°W / -64.283; -57.333) is a high...
- Charles Rabot
(26 June 1856 in Nevers
− 1 February
1944 in Martigné-Ferchaud) was a French
geographer, glaciologist, traveler, journalist, lecturer, translator...
Tajik: Работ is a village located
in the ****tan Jamoat
of the city of Konibodom, in the Sughd
Region, of Tajikistan. It is 10 km (6.2 mi) from...
- and some pockets
in the south. Some examples
Poort, Dampoort, Rabot
, Ledeberg, Nieuw
Gent/UZ and the area around Sleepstraat
(known for its...
- Rabot Island
is an island
8 km (5 mi) long and 3 km (2 mi) wide, lying
1.6 km (1 mi) south
of Renaud Island
in the Biscoe
Islands. First charted
- Pierre Rabot
(born 1865, date of death
unknown) was a French
sailor. He won the Bronze medal
in the 6m class
in the 1908 Summer Olympics