apod


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apod

(ˈæpɒd) or

apode

n
an animal with no feet or whose feet are rudimentary
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Both of these images--Wessel's and Falesiedi's--now reside in shame, with others, on the APOD retractions page on Facebook at bit.
Woodside, where the APOD is located, has a demographic profile that is quite different from, for example, Christmas Island, where there are three APODs and an IDC.
The APOD Music process is a team and leadership development programme based on creating music, devised by business psychologist Jake Farr and record producer Jon Hall.
A ramp area of 2,500 feet by 600 feet at the APOD could store approximately 100 modules containing 6,100 tons of war materiel.
Throughout 2005, however, planners continued to grapple with the term's nondoctrinal status, and for this reason, the ATSP Working Group designed an aerial port of debarkation (APOD) continuum (see figure 2) to represent where an ATSP (as an emerging doctrinal concept) might sit in relation to doctrinally accepted APOD sizes.
This mix of Army and Air Force units was validated during the recent Bright Star exercise, where a JTF-PO unit successfully conducted all reception of personnel and equipment though the primary APOD at Jenicles, Egypt.
At the bottom of the screen is a link to the APOD archives, containing hundreds of past photos.
forces are using an aerial port of debarkation (APOD) in a forward-deployed area, and the enemy has the capability to deliver persistent chemical munitions to deny us the use of that APOD, a decontamination company may be one of the highest-priority units in the deployment order.
APOD is under contract with Primera to provide sales and support for Primera products under the name Primera Asia Pacific.
NASA's APOD images of NGC 3628 are labeled Hamburger Galaxy, and inevitably some observers will associate the galaxy with that title.