frood

frood

slang A person who is cool and collected. Popularized and perhaps coined by Douglas Adams in his novel The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. He's a frood for sure. He always knows what to do.
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While Omashola and Frood tried to show Venita around, others were more cautious observing the housemates from distance.
There'll be young singers from the The Voice Kids, street dancer Junior Frood, a giant T-Rex, Mad Science, slime workshops, a Play Park jam-packed with inflatables and lots more.
In 1944, it became the Unity Theatre under the influence of such luminaries as Graham and Joan Frood, and was subsequently run, for an incredible tenure of 33 years, by the since retired Graeme Phillips.
Homing in Founder member of RSHA David Frood welcomes tenants Chloe (centre) and Elizabeth MacNeill, flanked by Bruce Crawford and Margaret Vass
21, which extends from the intersection of Frood Road and Lasalle Boulevard to the intersection of Barry Downe Road and Maley Drive.
Teenager Junior Frood, of Leeds, was given a Radio 1 Teen Hero Award for using his talent to campaign against bullying.
RAGAZZOLI, CHLOE; OMUR HARMANSAH; CHIARA SALVADOR; and ELIZABETH FROOD, eds.
Acknowledgment: I thank Martin Frood for his helpful comments and suggestions.
Edited by Chloe Ragazzoli, Um'r Harmansah, Chiara Salvador, and Elizabeth Frood
There's music and dance acts for older kids, including YouTube stars Max and Harvey, UK Freestyle Street Dance Champion Junior Frood and 2016 X Factor contestant Emily Middlemas.
Angela McGrory was sacked from her job as a care assistant at Parksprings Care Home in Frood Street for serious misconduct.
In the preliminary rounds Mackenzie Holmes beat David Tarvet, Cameron Lyle beat Angus Frood, Euan English beat Naill Gallagher.
George Lou N master Mark Frood and Philomena skipper Craig Petre were also fined PS15,000 and PS12,000, respectively.