OAR

O.A.R.

O.A.R. is an American rock band, founded in 1996 in Rockville, Maryland. The band consists of lead vocalist Marc Roberge, drummer Chris Culos, guitarist Richard On, bassist Benj Gershman, and saxophonist Jerry DePizzo. Together, the band has released seven studio albums, including their latest release, King, in August 2011. The band is well known for their live shows and extensive summer touring, and have released five records of various live performances to date. Four of the band members grew up in Rockville, Maryland and attended Ohio State University where they met the fifth member, saxophonist Jerry DePizzo from Youngstown, Ohio.

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Oar

In rowing, oars are used to propel the boat. Oars differ from paddles in that they use a fixed fulcrum to transfer power from the handle to the blade, rather than using the athlete's shoulders or hands as the pivot-point as in canoeing and kayaking.

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OAR

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oar

Noun

  1. An implement used to propel a boat or a ship in the water, having a flat blade at one end, being rowed from the other end and being normally fastened to the vessel.
  2. An oarsman; a rower.
    He is a good oar.
  3. An oar-like swimming organ of various invertebrates.

Verb

  1. To row; to propel with oars.


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