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a relatively long, straight, rigid piece of metal or other solid material

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Oars, paddles, and fishing rods were leaning against the wall of the fort, a net was spread on the sand to dry, a skiff was drawn up on the beach, and at the door of his cabin was Mud Sam himself, indulging in the true negro luxury of sleeping in the sunshine.
This study indicates the prospects of improved livelihood in rod kohi areas by improving and properly maintaining the rod kohis, which seems achievable through active community participation in rod kohi areas.
- The US FDA has approved French medical device company Medicrea's (PAR: ALMED) (Alternext Paris: FR0004178572 - ALMED) patient-specific UNiD Cervical rod for spine surgery, secured by the company's complementary PASS OCT posterior cervical stabilisation system, the company said on Tuesday.
Just read the article "Bronze Beauty" (February/March), and I'm now confused about the utility of full-length guide rods in 1911 pistols.
It was an eight-foot Cummings dry fly rod and it cost me PS2.
The Cockney-speaking imposter - dubbed Rockaway Rod - has been spotted knocking back free cocktails and tucking into slap-up meals.
But, in keeping with Rod's 'doing it his way' approach to life, even the lead-up to his funeral was not as straightforward as these things would normally be.
For those in our community who had the honor of meeting or working with Rod, you understand the sense of loss of our dear friend: it is extremely difficult to accept" Petro said in a statement.
If you find any problems, replace them with the newer op rod. It has the op rod screwed into the tower portion/ rear part and locked in place with a pin.
Rod fixation has several advantages: small size of one-sided vehicles, light weight, comfortable for patients, minimal risk of damage to neurovascular structures during the rods, a small amount of suppurative complications due to the high stability of rods (Korzh, Talus, and Ryndenko, 1987; Ryndenko and Bets, 1990; Furdyuk, 1992).
If it doesn't lift out, it's held in by the pivot rod. Release the stopper by removing the pivot rod nut and pulling out the pivot rod [Photo 3].
Rod, who lived in Killingworth village with wife Dianne, died in 1984 at the age of 39 from cancer.
Thirty minutes before he was born, on January 10, 1945, a German V2 rocket thudded into Highgate police station in North London, just round the corner from Rod's family home.
As is the case for the vast majority of entrepreneurial endeavors, Lehman thought there was room for improvement within the fishing rod industry and decided to try to shake-up the market.