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ROD. A measure sixteen feet and a half long; a perch.

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Roden focused much of her message on showrunner Jeff Davis.
Roden said at the International Conference on Head and Neck Cancer, held by the American Head and Neck Society.
Famously press-shy Roden usually refuses such fest honors, but after three years of wooing by Art Film, aided by Rudolf Biermann, producer of Roden's upcoming historic thriller "Masaryk," the deal was sealed.
Editors Driscoll, Lambirth, and Roden present students, academics, researchers, policy makers, and professionals working in education with the second edition of their collection of academic articles and scholarly papers focused on the theory and practice of primary education in England.
Mr Roden said: "We are seeking to recruit ambitious individuals determined to transform the lives of our youngsters.
Mr Roden said the school, which will have more than 1,150 pupils when, it reaches full capacity in five years time, plans to "stand out from the crowd".
Last night it was unclear which side of Roden Street, divided by the Westlink, the incident happened on.
Westell Technologies Inc (NASDAQ:WSTL), an intelligent site and outside plant solutions company, stated on Thursday that it created a new Advisory board to continue its technological advancements and innovations in the telecommunications market and named Scott Erickson and Kevin Roden as its first two members.
Mr Roden said there had been 4,700 applications for 1,019 places at the eight King Edward grammar schools in Birmingham for the next academic year.
Excited by Fortson's potential, Roden recruited him to participate in the Mountainview Program, which recruits students from community college programs within New Jersey's state youth correctional facilities and offers them the academic and reentry support to obtain a bachelor's degree.
STEVIE RODEN of the Nottingham Evening Post yesterday received a handsome trophy and cheque for PS4,000 from David Stevens of Coral and Graham Dench of the Racing Post after beating the Post's Northern correspondent Colin Russell and last year's winner Steve Jones, Templegate of the Sun, in a nail-biting finish to the Coral/ Racing Post naps competition.