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Hod

(hŏd, hōd), in the Bible, Asherite.

hod

[häd]
(civil engineering)
A tray fitted with a handle by which it can be carried on the shoulder for transporting bricks or mortar.

hod

A wood or metal container, usually V-shaped with a long handle and having one end open; used in masonry work to carry plaster or lime putty to the mortarboard.
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On the issue of the strike, Mr Mbulawa told the Committee that NEHAWU was demanding the following; the suspension of the HOD (Dr Lekalakala); Payment of performance bonus; Appointment of employees in acting positions should be reviewed; all vacant posts to be filled; and termination of contracts of Marang, Mediosa, Buthelezi and High Care.
Dance by Adrienn Hod as part of Sexpectations -- Sixth Open House International Dance Festival of Dance House Lemesos.
This assignment of the HOD as a legislative body turned out to be one in name only, having perhaps political but certainly not functional purpose, as there exist nowhere in CAP bylaws provisions requiring anyone to enact or implement any "legislation" that might emanate from the HOD.
Considering that the University vests very critical administrative functions and responsibilities in the HoD, on what basis has she been kept out of the panel.
The HOD association believes that after receiving thousands of appeals, it has a unique database allowing it to study the way the religious and haredi societies deal with this issue and with their homosexual members.
Mary Wessinger and Renatta Loquist take a stretch break during the last day of the historic ANA HOD.
A booklet setting out all of the local HOD events is available by visiting www.
The HOD is the governing and official voting body of the ANA.
Prior to the HOD convening, several C/SNA delegates met to draft a substitute amendment to Transformation Amendment #3 "Establish the Advisory Group as the Mechanism for State Input," which did pass after much debate.
Eight delegates from Missouri were among the more than 500 in attendance at the ANA HOD June 15-16, 2012.
The documentary will be followed by the presentation of papers by different scholars including Mrs Sarwat Rauf, Assistant Professor, IR, NUML, Col Dr Mohammad Khan, Head of Department (HoD), IR, National Defence University, Dr Saima Kayani, HoD Department of Defence and Diplomatic Studies, Fatima Jinnah Women University, Rawalpindi.