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spod

(spɒd)
adj
a person seen as being boring, unattractive, or excessively studious
[C20: origin unknown]
ˈspoddy adj

spod

- A studious person who is quite socially inept or dull or a person who pursues an unfashionable, technical, or esoteric interest with obsessive dedication.
See also related terms for technical.
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SEDRE and SPOD operations heavily rely on a realistic operational design, effective deployment of forces, and a methodical redeployment and retrograde process.
For the measurement of sPOD activity, 1 mL reaction mixture contained 15 mM guaiacol, 73 mM phosphate buffer, 10 mM H2O2 and 2% enzyme extract.
What did the coverage pattern / envelope from the repeater(s) look like and was that coverage sufficient for the needs of the SPOD operators?
This makes logistics efforts for OEF significantly more difficult than for Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) in which USTRANSCOM can utilize SPODs in Iraq or Kuwait followed by minimal land-based transportation over a relatively well developed system of roads and railways.
Mark said: "The method is all about keeping a cloud in the water using the spods, but it's vital to have a few pellets in the mix to give the fish some food to keep them in the swim.
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Prior to receiving a formal Warning Order, the 832nd initiated an internal Warning Order to configure the deployable team including the SPOD joint assessment team (JAT) and the main body, comprised of Department of the Army civilians, military, and commercial stevedore contractors from our Port in Cape Canaveral, Fla.
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Bottom line: You might have one convincing SPOD and two "maybes.
Remarks to the Booker: Required SPOD, Consignee POC Name, Commercial Phone / E-mail.
New words included spod (dull over-studious person) and phwoah (an appreciation of the opposite sex).