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spud

(spŭd),
A triangular knife used for removing foreign bodies from the cornea.

spud

(spŭd)
A triangular knife used for removing foreign bodies from the cornea.

spud

(spŭd) [ME. spudde, short knife]
Short, flattened, spadelike blade to dislodge a foreign substance.
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Even for a popular franchise such as the Pistons, it still drew added hype to the arena when the team gave away 5,000 of the spuds at a recent home game.
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Sainsbury's, which has been selling the spud, said it is the healthiest for roasting as it cooks quickly in small amounts of very light oil.
Just make out a cheque to the Spud Club, c/o Big Bob's Rum and Rib Shack, Grand Cayman,Bahamas,and I promise your life will never be the same again.
Though she's over the hill and unashamedly past her pin-up puss best, Spud the ginger and white cat has sneaked into a best-selling book documenting a millennium of Merseyside history.
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I'm sure English potatoes have their charms, but the fact is they're not proper Comber spuds, so why bother?
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We are delighted Bia have come on board this year to promote the enjoyment of the spud.