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  • n. Plural form of hod.
  • n. lots, loads


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  • Then put the part that hods the tip in the body and push it down.

    Hold matches and small tinder in an old sharpie.

  • Without the Greeks, we'd all still be hauling hods for the pharaohs.

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  • Several justices, however, expressed skepticism about the met hods Arizona adopted in using its power to revoke business licenses.

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  • September 3, 2009 at 2:17 am yesh yesh iz tu kyooot kitteh *hods bref tu nawt splort*

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  • So they put their hands to the work; and, being unprovided with iron tools, brought stones which they picked out and put them together as they happened to fit; if they required to use mortar, having no hods, they carried it on their backs, which they bent so as to form a resting-place for it, clasping their hands behind them that it might not fall off.

    The History of the Peloponnesian War

  • It hods his inventions, his riding awards, a picture taken the day he died.

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  • Ditto prewar J-colony status for Taiwan, of course, so the theory about Japanese or, in this case, proxy Japanese servicemen bringing the idea home with them after demobilizing still hods.

    “D-Mat” and the whole “blood type/temperament” thing…

  • Tenant improvements can involve, for example, putting in windows or doors; remodelling a bathroom; adding an interior loft; adding interior walls, stoves, hods, drainage floors for kitchens, refrigeration, etc., etc.

    Build Now, Sue Later!

  • Accordingly they set to work in earnest, and having no iron tools, picked up stones, and put them together as they happened to fit, and where mortar was needed, carried it on their backs for want of hods, stooping down to make it stay on, and clasping their hands together behind to prevent it falling off; sparing no effort to be able to complete the most vulnerable points before the arrival of the

    The History of the Peloponnesian War

  • It may not be that funny now, but for the remainder of the year, just a mere mention of the farming meat hods would make either one of us burst into hysterical giggles.

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