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grod

slang A man who is unkempt in appearance. A humorous play on the words "god" and "grody" (slang for dirty or disgusting). Yikes, look at the grod working the cash register. His hair is uncombed, his pants are coffee-stained, and his shirt isn't even tucked in properly!

grod

and groddess (ˈgrɑd(əs))
n. an especially sloppy man or woman. (Patterned on god and goddess + grody.) Hello, grods and groddesses, what’s new?

King Grod

(...grɑd)
n. a very repellent male. (California.) You are just King Grod! So gross!
See also: Grod, king
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He is accompanied by the ancient and wise Fraa Jad, who is capable of consciously inhabiting distinct possible worlds at the same time, thanks to his 'advanced state of consciousness.' He is, in other words, the Arbreian (1 almost wrote 'human') embodiment of a Saunt Grod's Machine, or middle knowledge.
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Lithuanian Grod's studies led him to Cyprus and he now seeks and cultivates emerging musicians with his work for the Musical Talent Development Programme of the Ministry of Education under the tuition of professor M Kariolou.
Grod studied in Vilnius at the Balys Dvarionas music school and at the Moscow State Conservatory.
Other standard features include the gROD (refrigeration on demand) control system and gVapor steam-free humidity system, gROD manages power consumption and saves electricity, and gVapor delivers controlled humidity without wasting energy or generating heat.
(11) Keating JC, Charlton KH, Grod JP, Perle SM, Sikorski D, Winterstein JF.
Sunday brings the festival back to Technopolis 20 at 6pm when Natalia Lezedova, Tatiana Stupak, Nina Ioannidou (piano), Robert Grod (cello), Eva Stavrou (flute), Andreas Constantinou (violin), Hristo Ovcharov (double bass) will give us a whole evening of Bach, starting at 6pm.
The gROD (refrigeration on demand) control system manages power consumption and saves electricity.
CellistRobertas Grod from Lithuania and pianist Marat Mansyrev from Russian will join forces in Paphos on Friday for a performance of chamber music that will take the audience to France for an evening.
All environmental chambers contain gVapor, a steam-free humidity system, and gRod refrigeration-on-demand, gVapor delivers controlled humidity without wasting energy or generating heat, while the new refrigeration control system efficiently manages power consumption.
The concert will feature classical pianist Tatiana Stupak and cellist Robert Grod. Together the pair will perform a programme of classical music including works by Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, Kodaly, Rachmaninoff, Tchaikovsky and Limassol composer David Pentecost.