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Mob commonly refers to a crowd of people (from Latin mobile vulgus, ).
Mob or mobbing may also refer to:
In bullying and intimidation
- Mob (video gaming), a monster or non-player character in a computer game, short for "mobile"
- Smart mob, a temporary self-structuring social organization, coordinated through telecommunication
In law, law enforcement, and politics
In other uses
- Money Order Business (M.O.B.), term used by the Post Office Department from the late 19th century through the mid-20th century
- Cash mob, a group of people who assemble at a local business to make purchases
- Flash mob, social phenomenon
- Flash mob robbery
- Pillow fight flash mob
- Australian A flock or herd of animals (example: a mob of kangaroos)
- "mob", colloquial and short for mobilization
MOB may mean:
- Money Over Bitches, slang created by the rapper Tupac Shakur, widely used in Hip Hop and Rap culture.
- Magyar Olimpiai Bizottság, National Olympic Committee of Hungary
- Mail-order bride, a woman who publishes her intent to marry someone from another country
- Main Operating Base, an overseas, permanently manned, well protected base, used to support permanently deployed forces, and with robust sea and/or air access
- Man overboard, a person has fallen off a boat or ship into the water and is in need of rescue
- Marching Owl Band, the Rice University "marching band"
- Mars or Bust, a slogan used within the American Scientific Community to promote a manned space mission to the planet Mars
- Mission of Burma, an American post-punk band formed in Boston, Massachusetts in 1979
- Mobile offshore base, a concept for supporting military operations where conventional land bases are not available
- Mobile Regional Airport (IATA airport code), located in Mobile, Alabama
- Montreux-Oberland Bernois, Swiss railway
- Movable object block, used in computer graphics
- Member of Bloods, a member of the Bloods street gang
- Motos Operacionais de Bombeiros, motorcycles used as ambulances in Brazil: see Motorcycle ambulance#Brazil
- Rules and Regulation Governing the Post-Office Department in its various branches, Edition of 1902
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