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lude

(lo͞od)
n. Slang
A quaalude.
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It can be anyplace," he said, suggesting that some conditions actually are symptoms of LUDE.
Realty Management Services wants to encourage people to help those in need and we do so by getting our customers, communities and employees involved," says De Lude.
Others under consideration inc lude two 100-year-oldfourfaced clocks at Anfield Cemetery, and a listed clock tower on the former Walton hospital site, currently at the centre of anew housing development.
Triggers inc lude chang es in sleep patterns, dehydration, irregular meals and stress.
Other events inc lude the Blackscreen Film Festival at the Fact Centre, Wood Street, between October 9 and 17.
Jim Ludes, Executive Director of ASP, said: "The costs of inaction on climate change will be steep for each state, as our reports outline.
Ludes (executive director, American Security Project) presents a collection of 24 essays on the ongoing Iraq war that is "uncensored" to the extent that it includes a slightly broader range of American establishment perspectives on the war than one might find on the corporate news broadcasts or on the editorial pages of the New York Times or Washington Post (but not so much that it includes the voices of Iraqis or more radical critics of American foreign policy and the war itself).
Raoult D, Aboudharam G, Crubezy E, Larrouy G, Ludes B, Drancourt M.
Mazur conc ludes his excellent study with a view to the future of religious minorities within the Constitutional order, he leaves no doubt that any groups that make institutional challenges grounded in assertions over land will have the least chance for a sympathetic hearing.
In a quirk of fate, Diane Ludes, a veteran emergency nurse and CPR trainer who actually once lived three doors down from Gilman, happened by the scene, cleared his airway, applied mouth-to-mouth resuscitation and brought him back to life.
Ludes, who was named to the new position of vice chairman.
Jim Ludes, Executive Director of ASP, commented: "The data in 'Are We Winning?