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Synonyms for Hoder

(Norse mythology) a blind god

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The Quarry Permit is the material permitting requirement that would allow Eagle to move forward in reactivating the Hoder Creek Quarry and processing plant should the requisite financing be available.
While young women have long faced social pressure to look their best, the fact that "the glare of the camera is never far away," as Hoder puts it, sets the experience of today's teenagers and young adults apart from that of previous generations.
The 35-year-old had moved from Iran to Canada in 2000, where he blogged under the name of Hoder.
I think it's important for this nation to maintain a healthy newspaper industry," Hoder said.
The group is made up of Mr Henery, Jonathan Davis, Robert Deeley, Martin Day, Alistair Hoder, Ellis Hopkins, Andrew Hoder, Carl Scilliano, Shane Tarbuck, Martin Furnival and Steven Pluck, who will be doing all the driving between the mountains.
The Cold Moon by Jeffery Deaver) Hoder & Stoughton, pounds 14.
They were the biggest promoters of the election boycott among the upper middle class," says Hossein Derakhshan, the former editor of an Iranian reformist newspaper who now runs one of Iran's most popular Web blogs, Hoder.
It's a train wreck,'' said Bob Hoder, CMA's vice president.
He made an arrow out of it and gave it to Hoder, the god of winter, who also happened to be blind.
Once there, Loki arranged for Hoder, the blind god of darkness, to shoot Balder the Beautiful, the god of joy and gladness, with a mistletoe-tipped arrow.
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These are in Castilian: cono, pendejo, crica, hodida, hoder, culo, pedo, carajo.