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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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Hodes often tells his clients that there's power in a pass.
Since working for his family's boating business to founding his company CMI (Crusading, Marauding Interveners), Bruce Hodes has dedicated himself to helping companies grow by developing executive leadership teams, business leaders and managers into powerful performers.
With over 20 years of financial services experience, Hodes was most recently a managing director in the investment banking department of Credit Suisse Securities Llc (NYSE: CS) (ZHR: CSGN) (CSGN.
Hodes highlighted another area of concern when loaning works to European museums: Some museums are not equipped to handle delicate works of art, and still those same institutions don't insure these works.
A Bernard Hodes Group/Campus RN survey (2009) found that one-third of nursing students surveyed are already electing to receive job notifications from Web sites (35%) and from employers (32%), and 70% are somewhat likely to extremely likely to apply for a job mentioned in an unsolicited email.
Stephen Hodes, 37, is a physiotherapist in Jerusalem.
Hodes expressed concern about the target audience of the advertisement on the website.
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Hart, RN, BSN, senior vice president, health care division, Bernard Hodes Group, explains, "Results of this study verify what we have suspected for many years-that a commitment to excellence through programs such as Magnet and Beacon Unit recognition fosters satisfaction and thus retention of our valuable nursing professionals.
From Rochelle Hodes, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, WAshington, DC
THF-diols and LTXdiols are derived from linoleic acid pathways that generate HODEs and HETEs.
Under the lively direction of former Graham dancer Marnie Thomas (see "Teacher's Wisdom," May 2004), the school now numbers 200 students, and the teaching staff includes distinguished former Graham artists like Mary Hinkson, Pearl Lang, Linda Hodes, Stuart Hodes, Peggy Lyman, and Yuriko.