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  • n. Plural form of scud.

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Examples

  • Some of the most effective fly patterns are varieties of fresh water shrimp, commonly called scuds, that work year round in Pennsylvania spring creeks.

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  • Haifa bombing achieved what Saddam 'scuds' could not in 1990.

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  • Saddam launched scuds at Israel during the first Gulf war, just as Hamas is launching rockets.

    Matthew Yglesias » Gaza in Context

  • There is no reason to take the right to not have your arms seized without just cause and compare it to nukes and scuds.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Deadly Force in Self-Defense Constitutionally Protected, Nondeadly Force Unprotected?

  • Still tough conditions up there but they are catching some good quality rainbows on san juan worm, #10 gray scuds and peach egg flies drifted on the bottom.

    Lake Taneycomo 4-23

  • Liotus212, I live near Harrisburg, but used to live in Lock Haven ... fished Fishing Creek a lot when I lived there ... scuds in the winter killed!

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  • A gust of wind scuds through a gap in the hedge, ruffling the buff feathering on the breast.

    Country diary: South Uist

  • Out of boats, we've been drifting egg flies, scuds and san juan worms using a spit shot or drift rig to get them down, drifting them on the bottom all the way down to Fall Creek.

    Lake Taneycomo

  • Use scuds, midges and egg flies and watch others to learn how to catch fish.

    Lake Taneycomo

  • The moon was out, darting in between racing scuds of cloud, and the huge iron gate gleamed blackly in the fitful light.

    Clockwork Angel

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