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Synonyms for sod

Synonyms for sod

surface layer of ground containing a mat of grass and grass roots

an enzyme that catalyzes the conversion of superoxide into hydrogen peroxide and oxygen

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someone who engages in anal copulation (especially a male who engages in anal copulation with another male)

cover with sod

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Margaret Thatcher got away with smashing the miners during their SIM but when she tried to crush everyone with her poll tax, Tories got rid of her before the sod it moment could kick in.
Based in Miami, Florida, A1A Sod Sand & Soil, Inc.
This RTF sod can be installed practically anywhere, even where seeding is impossible and too costly.
SOD B "could play a preventive role by protecting against any physiological alteration," according to Benoit Lemaire, business marketing.
SOD in nerves did not appear to make a significant difference in prolonging the fruit flies' lives, but it did make a difference when it was activated in their muscles.
By automating and integrating SoD policy enforcement with disparate IT systems and applications, Oracle is furthering its commitment to help customers reduce security risks, comply with industry regulations and lower cost of ownership," Jasuja added.
The main theoretical underpinnings of SOD are systems theory, Soviet operational art, French postmodern philosophy, social sciences, psychology, architecture and urban planning, and, more recently, ancient Chinese military thinking.
Because the mat-grown sod produces three times as many crops as conventional sod and weighs nearly three times less than its counterpart, this new turf translates into savings and expansions for turf companies.
Interpretation & conclusion: Our findings show that SOD activity in newborns, children and young Spanish people is affected by age but not by gender (except from [greater than or equal to] 14-18 yr) or rural or urban status.
Hemke's sod is showing up in lots of backyards, at business entrances and even at Hayward Field, the University of Oregon's storied track field.
The product, developed by MSU, is a soilless sod that never touches dirt until it is put into place on lawns, golf courses, sports fields, or other locations.
During the years with the cattle, increasing dissatisfaction led Andre to research sod growing.
Renovations included sod and tree removal, grading of existing soil (no soil was imported), and sod replacement.
In a lawsuit filed by the city, a judge gave Charles Von Der Ahe of Saugus four months to rip out the sod he laid in January in the chaparral-dense bowl behind his home.
The SOD outbreak was first noted in 1995 in oaks and tanoaks in the coastal counties of California and Oregon.