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Bob

Bob may refer to:

Contents

  • Common meanings 1
  • Science and technology 2
  • Music 3
  • Companies, organizations and business 4
  • Video games 5
  • Comics 6
  • Television 7
  • Film 8
  • Books 9
  • Places 10
  • Other people 11
  • Codes 12
  • Other uses 13
  • See also 14

Common meanings

Science and technology

Music

Companies, organizations and business

Video games

Comics

Television

Film

  • B.O.B. (BiO-sanitation Battalion), a robot in Disney's The Black Hole (1979)
  • Silent Bob, a character in several Kevin Smith films, including Dogma and Chasing Amy
  • B.O.B. (Benzoate Ostylezene Bicarbonate), gelatinous creature in the film Monsters vs Aliens
  • Bob, title character in the movie What About Bob?
  • Planet Bob, also known as New Earth, in the film Titan A.E.
  • Handsome Bob, a character in the film RocknRolla

Books

Places

Other people

Codes

Other uses

See also

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