tod

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A fox
An old English measure of weight, usually of wool, containing two stone or 28 pounds (13 kg)

Generally, however, the stone or petra, almost always of 14 lbs., is used, the tod of 28 lbs., and the sack of thirteen stone.

Someone like a fox; a crafty person
{n} a bush, thick shrub, fox, weight of 28 lb
a fox, by extension, a crafty person
A type of account that designates a beneficiary who will automatically become the new owner when the current owner dies This type of registration has not been approved by all states
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An old weight used in weighing wool, being usually twenty-eight pounds
An old English measure of weight, usually of wool, containing two stone or 28 pounds
alone and on your own; "don't just sit there on your tod"
on your tod by yourself (on your Tod Sloan (from Tod Sloan, the name of an American jockey), rhyming slang for on your own)
Time of Day
a unit of weight for wool equal to about 28 pounds alone and on your own; "don't just sit there on your tod
is a time interval given in hours and minutes based on the 24 hour clock
A bush; a thick shrub; a bushy clump
Time-of-Day (TOD) server This server provides the time required by some technologies, such as DOCSIS
a unit of weight for wool equal to about 28 pounds
To weigh; to yield in tods
Top of Descent
A fox; probably so named from its bushy tail
Transit-oriented development
Transit Oriented Development
trade-off determination
Tod Browning
orig. Charles Albert Browning born July 12, 1880, Louisville, Ky., U.S. died Oct. 6, 1962, Malibu, Calif. U.S. film director. He was a circus performer and vaudeville comic before joining the Biograph film studio in 1915. He wrote several screenplays, then directed melodramas and adventure films (1917-25). He directed the macabre film The Unholy Three (1925), starring Lon Chaney, followed by Dracula (1931) and Freaks (1932), which established his reputation for films of horror and the grotesque
on one's tod
on one's own, alone
Turkish - English
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tod

    Hyphenation

    Tod

    Turkish pronunciation

    täd

    Pronunciation

    /ˈtäd/ /ˈtɑːd/

    Etymology

    [ 'täd ] (noun.) 12th century. Origin unknown.

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