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  • Inspired by bluegrass, fiddle music, Appalachian folk and even hip-hop (in some ways a folk form itself), the band recently released its second album, Break in the Clouds (Ruff Shod), once again merging their many shared passions.

    Derek Beres: Global Beat Fusion: Buzzing Cicadas and Jewish Gangsters

  • Inspired by bluegrass, fiddle music, Appalachian folk and even hip-hop (in some ways a folk form itself), the band recently released its second album, Break in the Clouds (Ruff Shod), once again merging their many shared passions.

    Derek Beres: Global Beat Fusion: Buzzing Cicadas and Jewish Gangsters

  • Inspired by bluegrass, fiddle music, Appalachian folk and even hip-hop (in some ways a folk form itself), the band recently released its second album, Break in the Clouds (Ruff Shod), once again merging their many shared passions.

    Derek Beres: Global Beat Fusion: Buzzing Cicadas and Jewish Gangsters

  • Inspired by bluegrass, fiddle music, Appalachian folk and even hip-hop (in some ways a folk form itself), the band recently released its second album, Break in the Clouds (Ruff Shod), once again merging their many shared passions.

    Derek Beres: Global Beat Fusion: Buzzing Cicadas and Jewish Gangsters

  • Shod in high-buckle shoes, his slight frame clad summer and winter in long woolen underwear, for twenty-five years he wore a beard, said a biographer, “for the sole reason that he had no time to shave.”

    LAST CALL

  • Last year, researchers at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa, published a study titled “Shod Versus Unshod: The Emergence of Forefoot Pathology in Modern Humans?” in the podiatry journal The Foot.

    You Walk Wrong « Isegoria

  • Shod in high-buckle shoes, his slight frame clad summer and winter in long woolen underwear, for twenty-five years he wore a beard, said a biographer, “for the sole reason that he had no time to shave.”

    LAST CALL

  • Shod in a pair of dress shoes, RFK, along with several of his hardier aides, set off on a 50-mile hike in 20-degree weather along the icy C&O Canal towpath.

    Welcome to the Family

  • Shod our horses, and built a small cone of stones on a reef of rocks that runs along the top of a hill about half a mile west-north-west from the spring, to which it will act as a land mark.

    The Journals of John McDouall Stuart

  • Basically, if you present people with the choice of “Barefoot or Shod”, then only one shoe need be designed, built, etc. for the entire world.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Do Markets Give Us Too Many Choices?

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