stud

  1. a man who is virile and sexually active
  2. ornament consisting of a circular rounded protuberance (as on a vault or shield or belt)
  3. an upright in house framing
  4. adult male horse kept for breeding
  5. poker in which each player receives hole cards and the remainder are dealt face up; bets are placed after each card is dealt

Stud

In architecture a stud is an upright scanting, especially one of the small uprights in the framing for lath and plaster partitions, and furring, and upon which the laths are nailed.
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Stud

[hardware] = February 8 = == Meaning of CDT 00120 == This is in reference to the ADA (American Dental Association) CDT (Current Dental Terminology) coding system. Many online references describe this code as `Periodic oral examination.` This article] in Dental Economics is the only source I could find that provides anything more than the na...
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STUD

A farm or stable or place where registered stallions and/or mares are located for breeding purposes.
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stud

[n] - a man who is virile and sexually active 2. [n] - ornament consisting of a circular rounded protuberance (as on a vault or shield or belt) 3. [n] - adult male horse kept for breeding 4. [n] - poker in which each player receives hole cards and the remainder are dealt face up 5. [v] - provide with or construct with studs
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Stud

The generic term for poker games where players receive the first card or cards face down, then receive some cards dealt face up, all of which are used only by that player. In the case of 7 card stud, there may be a further card dealt face down as the final card.
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Stud

A fastener which is threaded at both ends with an unthreaded shank in between. See also: Thread.
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Stud

A fastener which is threaded at both ends with an unthreaded shank in between. One end (which often has a thread tolerance which results in more thread interference) is secured into a tapped hole, the other is used with a nut.
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Stud

One of a series of wood or metal vertical structural members placed as supporting elements in walls and partitions.
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Stud

any vertical timber in a timber-framed wall or cross frame other than the main or intermediate posts.
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Stud

Stud noun [ Middle English stod , stood , Anglo-Saxon stōd ; akin to Old High German stuota , German stute a mare, Icelandic stō... stud, Lithuanian stodas a herd, Russian stado , and to English stand . The sense is proper...
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Stud

Stud noun [ Anglo-Saxon studu a post; akin to Swedish stöd a prop, Icelandic sto... a post, sty...ja to prop, and probably ultimately to English stand ; confer Dutch stut a prop, German stütze . See Stand .] 1. A stem; a trunk. [ Obs...
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Stud

Stud transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Studded ; present participle & verbal noun Studding .] 1. To adorn with shining studs, or knobs. « Thy horses shall be trapped, Their harness studded all with gold a...
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stud

studhorse noun adult male horse kept for breeding
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stud

stud poker noun poker in which each player receives hole cards and the remainder are dealt face up; bets are placed after each card is dealt
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stud

he-man noun a man who is virile and sexually active
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Stud

• (n.) A kind of nail with a large head, used chiefly for ornament; an ornamental knob; a boss. • (v. t.) To adorn with shining studs, or knobs. • (v. t.) To set with detached ornaments or prominent objects; to set thickly, as with studs. • (n.) A stem; a trunk. • (n.) A stud bolt. • (n.) A short rod or pin, fixed in a...
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stud

(from the article `carpentry`) The framing of houses generally proceeds in one of two ways: in platform (or Western) framing floors are framed separately, story by story; in ... The exterior bearing walls are made of 4 9-centimetre (1.5 3.5-inch; `2 4`) timber verticals, or studs, spaced 40 or 60 centimetres (16 or 24 ... ...
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Stud

A threaded rod. It may be threaded at both ends or continous.
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Stud

- A vertical wood framing member, also referred to as a wall stud, attached to the horizontal sole plate below and the top plate above. Normally 2 X 4's or 2 X 6's, 8' long (sometimes 92 5/8'). One of a series of wood or metal vertical structural members placed as supporting elements in walls and partitions.
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STUD

The evenly spaced, vertical framing members of a wall. See also: Wood grades.
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Stud

A wood or metal vertical wall member to which exterior or interior covering material may be attached. It can be either load bearing or non-load bearing.
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stud

One of a series of vertical framing timbers used as a supporting element in a wall or partition
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Stud

A popular term used for a length of wood or steel used in or for wall framing.
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Stud

Stud is slang for a sexually promiscuous man. Especially one who is good at sex.
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