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Rood

A unit of area equivalent to one-quarter of one acre.
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Rood disclosed that concepts outlined during her presentation are the subject of patents and patent applications filed by Yale University and licensed to private entities for development and commercialization.
The habits inculcated by pursuing such pacific purposes, Rood taught, can cause citizens of liberal democracies to misunderstand or mischaracterize the activities of states with different habits, practices, and purposes.
Judge Andrew Hatton said he accepted Rood was accompanied by others, but they had caused "considerable damage".
Second (implicit in the second sentence), Rood printed in Latin--the Festial is in English.
There are no promises or guarantees that every house will receive more then the asking price; but with an excellent marketing plan and strong negotiating skills we are able to exceed the Seller's expectations,” says Claudia Rood a Real Estate Probate and Trust Specialist.
It was hung yesterday close to where the rood screen and famous cross used to be and will be there to be seen over the Easter holidays and for the next few months, hanging in the cathedral until the end of July.
Professor Julian Rood from the Department of Microbiology and lead author, microbiologist Dr Dena Lyras, made a major scientific breakthrough, which allowed mutants of the superbug to be made.
Rood Company, a strategic communications and branding firm in Chicago.
Swedish computer manufacturer PCQT Personal Computer Quality Technology AB (PCQT) said on Tuesday (18 December) that it has signed a distribution agreement with the Dutch company CN ROOD.
There are 19th-century churches at Betws yn Rhos (1839) and Trofarth (1873); that at Llaneilian yn Rhos contains medieval features, including a rood screen.
In his recent study Magic on the Early English Stage, Philip Butterworth introduces his chapter on mechanical images, automata, puppets, and motions--of which he offers the Boxley Rood as example--by describing what he considers to be the two possible functions of these devices and the two possible objectives of the agents who manipulated them or set them in motion.