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lude

 (lo͞od)
n. Slang
A quaalude.

lude

(luːd)
n
(Recreational Drugs) slang a drug taken to relieve anxiety
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Pete Lude, senior VP for innovation at RealD, says Truelmage wouldn't be possible without recent advances in cloud technology that allow the software to run on hundreds of CPU cores simultaneously.
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Parsons, a professor of urology and surgery at the University of California, San Diego, said the underlying etiology is a condition he calls lower urinary dysfunctional epithelium, or LUDE. The term refers to a compromised mucous barrier that fails to protect the bladder wall from irritants such as potassium in urine.
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As part of a case study for the Energy Star program, the laundry supplier replaced the community's 14 washing machines with Energy Star-rated models that are expected to save more than $3,000 per year on the building's energy and water bills, according to Elaine De Lude, Vice President of Marketing for Bethesda-based RMS, which owns or manages more than 30 communities and 9,000 apartments in the Washington, D.C., area.