Examples of rod in a Sentence
arrested for using a rod on his dogs in violation of the state's animal cruelty laws
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In the December 2012 attack, prosecutors said the four took their victim to the back of a private bus in New Delhi, raping her and then damaging her internal organs with an iron rod.
In the December 2012 attack, prosecutors said the four took their victim to the back of a private bus in New Delhi, raping her and penetrating her with an iron rod that damaged her internal organs.
The top house was built at the base of the tower and lifted into place with steel rods.
Those sensors gave an incorrect power reading, causing the control rods to be extracted too far.
His subsequent account of the (literally) Neolithic process by which horizontal branches are woven together with upright rods into a lattice goes on for a half-dozen painstakingly detailed pages.
Mesner Puppet Theater reaches into the past using hand, rod, shadow, and body puppets to bring this prehistoric tale to life.
Authorities said seven masked men, believed to be associated with a neo-Nazi group, attacked the Roma community with knives, chains and metal rods, stabbing 23-year-old David Pap to death and seriously injuring a 10-year-old boy.
Rods-n-Relics: Car Club Show featuring classics, customs, relics, rods, trucks and cycles, with food and beverages, and music by The Blues Disciples, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. June 23, Lime Kiln Park, 2020 S. Green Bay Road, Grafton, (262) 377-6181.
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ROD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of rod for English Language Learners
: a straight, thin stick or bar
: a pole with a line and usually a reel that is used in fishing
: a stick used to hit or whip someone as a form of punishment
ROD Defined for Kids
Definition of rod for Students
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