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rods subst. pl die Ruten f
  die Stangen f
rods subst. das Gestänge n
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Rod - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia a.new,#quickbar a.new{color:#ba0000} /* cache key: enwiki:resourceloader:filter:minify-css:3:f2a9127573a22335c2a9102b208c73e7 */ Rod From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from Rods) Jump to: , Look up rod in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Rod may refer to: Rod (geometry) Rod cell, a cell found in the retina that is sensitive to light/dark (black/white) Rod (length), an Imperial unit of length, also known as the pole or perch Rod (paranormal), artifacts attributed to small flying animals. Rod (god), Slavic creator God Rods (Tarot Suit) Rod, California Rod-shaped bacteria, in bacterial morphology, the common name for all bacilli, particularly those of the genus Baculus Fishing rod Measuring rod, a kind of ruler Lightning rod Connecting rod, in an internal combustion engine Divining rod, two rods believed by some to find water in a practice known as dowsing Birch rod, made out of twigs from birch or other trees for corporal punishment Switch (rod), a piece of wood as used as a staff or for corporal punishment, or a bundle of such switches Rod (Avenue Q), a character in the stage musical Avenue Q Rod is a common abbreviation of the personal name Rodney Röd, a 2009 album by Swedish band Kent

Abbreviation ROD

Railway Operating Division ROD or Ring of Death, a common malfunction of the Xbox 360 Record of Decision Read or Die, a Japanese anime and manga, see also R.O.D ResultsOnDemand, a Learning Management System service provided by SumTotal Republic of Doyle, Canadian TV program set in Newfoundland. Used by fans of show.

People with the surname Rod

Edouard Rod, French-Swiss novelist, 1857-1910 Johnny Rod, American bass guitar player Alex Rodriguez, "A-Rod" nickname for professional baseball player Andy Roddick, "A-Rod" nickname for American professional tennis player

See also

Bar stock Dowel Hot rod, often also referred to as 'rod' Hrod Pole Rebar Rodd (surname) Rood, an old English unit equal to quarter an acre mehr

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