Sod

Layer of basal stems.

SOD

Side Object Detection
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Sod

Sod or turf is grass and the part of the soil beneath it held together by the roots, or a piece of thin material. In British English and in Irish English such material is more usually known as turf, and the word `sod` is limited mainly to agricultural senses (for example for turf when ploughed). ==Uses== Sod is typically used for lawns, golf cou.....
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Sod

• of Seethe • (n.) The rock dove. • (n.) That stratum of the surface of the soil which is filled with the roots of grass, or any portion of that surface; turf; sward. • imp. of Seethe. • (v. t.) To cover with sod; to turf.
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sod

(from the article `fruit farming`) Two soil management practices (1) clean cultivation and chemical weed control or both and (2) permanent sod culture, illustrate contrasting purposes ... Turf grasses are often grown on turf, or sod, farms. Portions of the sod—as plugs, blocks, squares, or strips of turf grass—are cut and tran...
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sod

(from the article `pesha`) ...in reference to typological or allegorical interpretations), derash (meaning `search,` in reference to biblical study according to the middot, or ...
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Sod

[word] Sod in British English is a somewhat offensive, pejorative term for a person, derived from sodomite but rarely nowadays used with this meaning. As an insult, it is generally teamed with `off`, i.e., `sod off` meaning to get lost/go away/fuck off. It can generally be applied to refer to a person in a most basic sense and frequently pr...
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Sod

Sod noun (Zoology) The rock dove. [ Prov. Eng.]
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Sod

Sod transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Sodden ; present participle & verbal noun Sodding .] To cover with sod; to turf.
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Sod

Sod obsolete imperfect of Seethe .
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SOD

Also known as Superoxide Dismutase, are enzymes which destroy superoxide free radicals and prevent the cellular damage that free radicals cause. Researchers have discovered that SODases also stimulate hair growth and decrease hair loss.
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SOD

Also known as Superoxide Dismutase, enzymes that destroy superoxide free radicals and prevent the cellular damage that free radicals cause. Researchers have discovered that SODases also stimulate hair growth and decrease hair loss.
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SOD

Also known as Superoxide Dismutase, these enzymes destroy free radicals and prevent the resulting cellular damage. Researchers have discovered that SODases also stimulate hair growth.
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Sod

It means the grass on the turf and the soil it is rooted in which can be planted as a separate piece on the golf course. It is generally in squares and rolls.
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Sod

Plugs, squares, or strips of turf with the adhering soil.
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Sod

Sod is British slang for a despicable person.
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sod

sod refers to blocks, squares or strips of growing turf that are ready to plant on prepared soil. Sodding is a considerably more expensive turf option than planting grass seed. Both seed and sod do well when planted using Pennington® Signature Series™ Lawn Starter Fertilizer.
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sod

the mystical dimension of Torah study
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SOD

Type: Abbreviation Definitions: 1. Abbreviation for superoxide dismutase.
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sod

[n] - (British) `the poor sod couldn`t even buy a drink` 2. [v] - cover with sod
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