ROD

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AcronymDefinition
RODRecord Of Decision
RODRockland (Amtrak station code; Rockland, ME)
RODRide or Die
RODRing of Death (X-Box defect)
RODRead or Die (anime)
RODRegistrar of Deeds (various locations)
RODRenal Osteodystrophy
RODRaces of Destiny (Dungeons & Dragons; gaming)
RODRate Of Descent
RODReadout Driver
RODRing of Destruction (gaming guild)
RODReport Of Discrepancy
RODReign of Darkness (song)
RODRealms of Despair (online game/MUD)
RODRepublic of Djibouti
RODRegional Operations Director (various companies)
RODRewritable Optical Disk
RODRecord Of Discussion
RODRecord on Demand
RODRing of Destiny (gaming guild)
RODReturn On Debt
RODReporting Obligation Database
RODRecord Oriented Data
RODRun Out Date
RODRetired on Duty
RODRun-Of-Day
RODRepair-On-Demand (depot repair priority system)
RODRecord of Disposition
RODReal Orthogonal Design
RODReport of Deficiency
RODRequired Operational Date
RODReactor Operations Department
RODRecord of Disassembly
RODRoute Opening Detachment
RODRough Old Dog
References in periodicals archive ?
Also on the list were Gryffindor Quest, Peverell Quest, Wand of Gryffindor, Ring of Destiny, Elder Wand, Revenge of Dumbledore, March of the Death Eaters, Return of the Dark Lord, Curse of Nagini, Last Prophecy, Mudblood Revolt, Seventh Horcrux, Wand of Grindelwald and Final Curse.
The Bell Inn Bar struck with Ring Of Destiny at 10-1, while Lawford Legion X and Fillongley Cricket sided with Polish Corridor, a 7-1 winner.
Ring Of Destiny, from the in-form stable of Peter Harris, left a disappointing run at York behind, with a smooth success over hot favourite Sporting Gesture in the Tote Scoop6 Hambleton Cup.
15 1 RING OF DESTINY J Fortune 9-2; 2 Splash Out Again P Doe 15-2; 3 Tight Squeeze L Keniry 12-1; 10 ran.
He was second in a hot handicap at York last time but he can return the winners' enclosure at the main expense of Ring Of Destiny and Pagan Dance.
Peter Mason, a partnership manager for Peter Harris, trainer of Ring Of Destiny
Ring Of Destiny won over a mile and a half at Ripon last time, but is equally effective over this trip.
Ring Of Destiny is a progressive sort in good form and wasn't beaten far last time at Newmarket on ground that may have been softer than ideal.
Peter Kerr, syndicate manager for Peter Harris, trainer of Ring Of Destiny
The second division was won in a similar time by the promising odds-on shot Selective, while runner-up Ring Of Destiny is worth a positive mention.