Rod, Ród, Rőd, ROD, or R.O.D. may refer to:
Other articles related to "rod":
... In many campaign settings for the Dungeons Dragons role-playing game the Rod of Seven Parts, formerly known as the Rod of Law, is a powerful artifact ...
... In June 2008 Rod, Jane and Freddy appeared on the show '50 Ways To Leave Your TV Lover' on Sky and talked about newspaper claims that they were involved in a love triangle ... They revealed that Rod and Jane had in fact been married and divorced, Jane partnering up with Freddy some time after he had joined the trio, a relationship that ...
... Tina's boyfriend Rod Lane (Nick Corri) shows up as well ... Rod crashes the party and he and Tina have sex while Glen and Nancy sleep in adjoining rooms ... Rod also tells Tina he's been having nightmares, but neither of them think about it and go to sleep ...
... The National Hot Rod Reunion is a gathering of nostalgia drag racers, street rodders and automotive enthusiasts based on the California Hot Rod Reunion ... The first four years of the National Hot Rod Reunion were held in Bowling Green, Kentucky ... The fifth National Hot Rod Reunion is set for Columbus, Ohio on June 15–17, 2007 ...
... The stock version of the Hot Rod Deluxe features an MDF cabinet upholstered in black tolex with silver "sparkle" speaker grille cloth ... Fender has also updated the Hot Rod Deluxe periodically ... the updated version, (dubbed the Hot Rod Deluxe III) is equipped with a Celestion G12P-80 speaker ...
Famous quotes containing the word rod:
“For the first fourteen years for a rod they do whine,
For the next as a pearl in the world they do shine,
For the next trim beauty beginneth to swerve,
For the next matrons or drudges they serve,
For the next doth crave a staff for a stay,
For the next a bier to fetch them away.”
—Thomas Tusser (c. 15201580)
“Foolishness is bound in the heart of a child; but the rod of correction shall drive it far from him.”
—Bible: Hebrew Proverbs 22:15.
“The tracks of moose, more or less recent, to speak literally, covered every square rod on the sides of the mountain; and these animals are probably more numerous there now than ever before, being driven into this wilderness, from all sides, by the settlements.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)