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lude

(lo͞od)
n. Slang
A quaalude.
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ACCORDING to reports in the Pakistani media, Grant Luden (left), who signed a two-year contract last year, submitted his resignation after a heated argument with senior players Shahid Afridi, Umar Akmal and Ahmed Shehzad over the team's attitude.
Luden also got the job due to his diverse skills of delivering in more than one field, the report added.
Also, as Luden explains, most photography teachers tell him, regardless of a student's future career, be it in the commercial studio or fine-art world, students benefit from learning solid photographic principles, which are taught best using film, silver-halide papers, and traditional enlargers.
Luden, explaining that the country's forest-management plans are being thwarted by the smallholders' growing affluence, which allows them to forgo the income that timber harvesting would bring.
PCB Media Manager Agha Akbar speaking to a private TV channel said reports of Luden having reservations with some players of the team were not correct.
They owe us a sound wall,'' said Wheatfield Court resident John Luden, adding some residents will now consider legal options.
They have the master of spin bowling Mushtaq Ahmed, master of fast bowling Waqar Younis, master of batting Grant Flower and our training and fielding coach Luden," he said.
Pakistan have been undergoing a conditioning camp for the last nine days under an entirely new coaching staff headed by Waqar Younis, with the batting and fielding departments taken care of by Grant Flower and Grant Luden respectively.
Management: Moin Khan (Manager), Waqar Younis (Chief coach), Mushtaq Ahmed (spin bowling coach), Grant Flower (batting coach), Grant Luden (Fielding Coach cum trainer), Maj (retd) Azhar Arif (Security Manager), Mohammad Talha Butt (Analyst), Usman Ghani (Physiotherapist), Shahid Aslam (Assistant to the head coach) and Mohammad Imran (Masseur).
KARACHI -- The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has agreed terms with South Africa born Grant Luden and hired him as the trainer and fielding coach of the national team.
Resident John Luden of Wheatfield Court said he is crossing his fingers that some type of a solution will be found.
While Grant Luden as back fielding and physical training coach and Doctor Faisal Hayat as team physio.