schrod

NOUN
  1. young Atlantic cod or haddock especially one split and boned for cooking
  2. flesh of young Atlantic cod weighing up to 2 pounds; also young haddock and pollock; often broiled
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How To Use schrod In A Sentence

  • Steinkamp, along with fellow DMACC student Alisha Lyons and DMACC Health and Public Services Dean Sally Schroder, will be travelling to Kofu which is in central Japan and near Mount Fuji. Times Republican
  • Like Angela Merkel, who is running against Germany's chancellor Gerhard Schröder, he is a conservative with a radical reforming streak.
  • I'd say that Erwin Schrodinger is a pretty darn cool scientist.
  • Led by Chirac and Schröder, the core countries would promote a multipolar world, with Europe as one emerging pole.
  • Schroders Salomon Smith Barney estimates that RWE has noncore holdings and other assets worth $8.5 billion that it might convert to cash, thanks to the tax bill.
  • In recent years, Schröder has filed a series of lawsuits to deflect unfavourable media attention, on one occasion suing a journalist who accused him of dying his hair.
  • That is the first of the multiple fallacies bundled up in the Schröder-Köpf guide to politics: that a minister needs direct personal experience of what he or she is responsible for.
  • Something even Schrodinger never thought of when he came up with the whole cat in the box with the radioactive atom scenario.
  • It has the virtue of solving certain paradoxes such as the infamous Schrödinger's cat paradox, but few philosophers or physicists can take it very seriously unless they are either idealists or instrumentalists.
  • History shows us that it is in exactly such times that unprincipled men such as Schröder can be expected to do crazy things.
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