- n. Plural form of rod.
“The bundle of rods is said to represent strength through unity (many rods much stronger than a single rod), with the axe denoting authority, particularly the power over life and death.”
“As a test crew member noted, casting with one of these rods is “like fishing with a feather.””
“Carter went to negotiate -- following talking points cleared with Robert Gallucci, assistant of secretary of state for political-military affairs -- terms under which the DPRK would allow International Atomic Energy Agency monitoring of the unloading of irradiated fuel rods from the reactor at Yongbyon.”
“Under the eyes of U.S. experts it removed 8,000 fuel rods from the nuclear reactor at Yongbyon.”
“The company originally produced curtain rods, but in the early 1970's they diversified into manufacturing plastic containers, field knives, plastic magazines,”
“I know that baitcast rods and spin rods are rated for a certain pound of line.”
“I know this is going to sound sad and make you laugh, but truthfully, with all honestey, the best rod and reel (especially for small areas) are the little cartoon kiddy fishin rods that are about 2.5 ft long.”
“North Korea's state-run news agency said Thursday that the country has sent a letter to the United Nations announcing that "reprocessing of spent fuel rods is at its final phase and extracted plutonium is being weaponized.”
“A little mental manipulation shows that the output rod can only be pushed to the 1 position if and only if one and only one of the green rods is pushed to the 1 position.”
“Behind him, the other members of the tribe pressed the buttons on their devices and thin rods of light burst from the cylinders, ready and waiting to be used.”
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