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sofa spud

(ˈsofə ˈspəd)
n. someone who spends a great deal of time sitting and watching television. (A play on couch potato.) Sofa spuds have been getting a lot of attention in the newspapers.
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spud

(spəd)
1. n. a potato. Mashed spuds are the best of all.
2. n. vodka. (Presumed to be made from potatoes.) She keeps a big jug of spud in the reefer and drinks it like water.
3. n. a vodka drunkard. That silly spud thinks we can’t smell what’s on her breath.
4. n. a short person. (Also a term of address.) He can jump pretty high for a spud.
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After being released from the successful Endeavour 9 well, Rig PDI-724 spudded the Endeavour 7 well.
Drilling at the Endeavour Field on ACOR's ORRI about 15 kilometers north of Mulberry began with Endeavour-5 spudded on May 4th.
The drilling rig PDI -735 has moved back to Mulberry Field to continue the Mulberry appraisal program and spudded Mulberry-12 on May 13th.
herein called ACOR) (OTCBB:AUCAF) is pleased to announce that the operator for the PEL 115 joint venture advises that following the success of the Lightning-1 well testing the boundaries of the Mirage Oil Field on ACOR's ORRI, the Hunt 1 drilling rig has now spudded the second PEL 115 exploration well in the program, Jindivik-1.
The Mirage-3 well spudded in March 06 and will be completed as a Murta oil producer after having successfully completed Drill Stem Test (DST) No.
OTCBB:SRGG) is very pleased to announce that it has spudded its first well at Sawn Lake, Alberta Canada on September 25th at 10:45 A.
This year, the Company has spudded or re-entered 20 wells on the block, which covers approximately 727,000 gross acres.
To date, TXCO spudded 17 wells in the third quarter as its drilling program accelerated.
TXCO has spudded 23 new wells this year plus four re-entries.
The first well on this project, the Duncan #1, was spudded in early May and is currently at a depth of 7,950 feet, with two pay sands logged at 5,800 and 7,500 feet, respectively.