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Todd

(tod),
Robert B., English physician, 1809-1860. See: Todd paralysis, Todd postepileptic paralysis.
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I think Todd must have been hurt in some way in past relationships and that's why he is like he is now.
Yesterday Kirklees magistrates slapped a two-year restraining order on Todd.
That was five years ago, and it has been more of the same ever since as Todd has helped run third-ranked Sheldon (12-1) into the OSAA Class 6A football championship game against unranked Tualatin (9-3) at 5:30 p.
Todd turned the key in the lock of his saddlebag and tightened his face, stunned for a moment, trying to put together every thing he had just heard.
We're the pawnshop of the rich and famous," says Todd, owner of Jewelry Brokers Inc.
10 -- 11) A salad topped with oven-roasted shrimp makes a light meal at Table 34, above, while Todd Clore prepares a dish at his Todd's Unique Dining, right.
Having won the third season of The Apprentice, which wrapped in May, Kendra Todd is staying true to the type of entrepreneurialism and hard work that earned her a spot on the show in the first place.
A SAFE AND SUSTAINABLE WORLD: The Promise of Ecological Design NANCY JACK TODD
After the Empire: The Breakdown of the American Order By Emmanuel Todd Columbia University Press, $29.
Todd applies Revlon-style control to construct the opposite of the bouffant and bouncy.
Calgary-born comic book artist and creator of the hugely popular Spawn, Todd McFarlane is larger than life.