AROD


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ARODAlex Rodriguez (baseball player)
ARODAmended Record of Decision
ARODAirborne Remotely Operated Device
ARODAirborne Range and Orbit Determination
ARODArmy Research Office, Durham, NC
ARODAdvance Return of Dependents
ARODAmerica Runs on Dunkin' (Dunkin' Donuts)
ARODAssociation for Rehabilitation of the Disabled (Flushing, NY)
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The combination won going away by a length and threequarters, with Arod keeping on for third and Toormore fourth.
WRIGHT ONES (Epsom Investec Derby Festival Day One): 2pm Hyperfocus, 2.35pm Dark Red (NAP) 3.10 Arod 3.45 Persun, 4.30 1 MINDING 2 Somehow 3 Diamonds Pour Moi, 5.15 Haalick, 5.50 Happy Call.
He alleged that the negligence of the defendants in performing an anesthesia-assisted rapid opiate detoxification procedure using the drug propofol (hereinafter the AROD procedure) resulted in the death of his wife.
He was particularly impressed by the fact that, despite meticulous oversight, there was one case of pulmonary edema and one case of diabetic ketoacidosis in the AROD group.
You may also feel safe dropping arod in the track of a sliding door, but anyone bent on burglary can easily pop it out with a coat hanger.
The ladies were joined by Alex's own daughters - 14-year-old Natasha and 10-year-old Ella (from his failed marriage to Cynthia Scurtis) - as well as ARod himself.
2 Globetrotter Arod returns to action The 32Red/British Stallion Studs EBF Conditions Stakes (7.15) at Kempton will be the first race in Britain since August 2016 for Arod, the 2015 Sussex Stakes runner-up who spent a largely unproductive year in Australia with Winx's trainer Chris Waller.
Cirilito Sobejana, commander of Joint Task Group Sulu, said the clash was between the Jul Hamidi clan and the Abu Sayyaf led by Al Arod.
Arod is a more confident selection as he bids for backto-back victories in the Investec Diomed Stakes.
French Navy has had just the one run this term, but it was a successful one in the Group Three Earl of Sefton Stakes at Newmarket in April when he defeated Arod by three-quarters of a length.
Peter Chapple-Hyam's Arod, Andrew Balding's Here Comes When and Richard Fahey's Gabrial complete the eight-runner field.