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Noun1.Hoder - (Norse mythology) a blind god; misled by Loki, he kills his brother Balder by throwing a shaft of mistletoe
Norse mythology - the mythology of Scandinavia (shared in part by Britain and Germany) until the establishment of Christianity
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We ask him to do so much for us," coach Tim Hoder said.
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Aspartate amino transferase (AST) and Alanine aminotransferase (ALT) activities were determined using spectrophotometric methods as described by Rej and Hoder [22].
Railway Reserve The Right To Procure Full/Bulk Quantity From Pac Hoder Only.
The Quarry Permit includes the Hoder Creek Quarry allowance for haul road access, waste and product stockpiles; and exploration of the "Bo Zone" adjacent to the processing plant.
Hoder, Note, Supervising Cyberspace: A Simple Threshold for Public School Jurisdiction over Students' Online Activity, 50 B.
It comes in a host of loud colours all with go-faster stripes and is current hoder of the Nurburgring front weel drive lap record.
In the New York Times parenting column Motherlode, Randye Hoder writes about the effects Facebook has on a teenager's body image: "Girls, in particular, seemed to be always posing--in some cases vamping--for the camera: hair swept back, hand on hip, dressed just so.
Ivo Pospisil a Lukas Hoder se ve sve kapitole zabyvaji predevsim moznostmi pravni regulace ozbrojenych konfliktu po skonceni studene valky.
Amid recent corruption charges relating to the Indian Premier League, Hoder was asked if he'd ever been approached to 'fix' a match.
The economy seems to be in solid shape," said Alex Hoder, an economist at FTN Financial in New York.