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Definition of the noun pood
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noun - plural: poods
- a Russian unit of weight equal to approximately 36 pounds
Alternative definition of the noun pood
- An obsolete Russian unit of mass, equal to 40 Russian funt, or about 16.38 kg (approximately 36.11 pounds)
- A Russian unit of mass used for kettlebells, now rounded off to 16 kg (about 35.274 pounds)
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MELLIN S POOD is the most nourishing diet for Invalids and Nursing Mother M ELLIN S FOOD is used in Counting-Booms and Offices as a most agreeable Lun < MELL'N 9 POOD requires no cooking. MELLIN S FOOD is entirely soluble.
The Christian week (1880)
" LIEBIG'S CHEMICAL POOD Is the true strength-giver and health-restorer, nourishing both body and brain, supplying mental and physical power, and nerve and brain food. It is ndl at all like medicine, being entirely ...
Cancer Ward (1991)
A Novel by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
* A pood is an oldfashioned Russian measure of weight, equal to 36 lbs. * An Italianized Uzbek opera composed during the Stalinist years.
Conceptual Modeling (2003)
Current Issues and Future Directions by Peter P. Chen, Jacky Akoka, Hannu Kangassalu, Bernhard Thalheim
POOD is an object-oriented design method capable of supporting parallelism. The method is not about parallel processing in a database sense. Its underlying data model is not specific to databases. Rather, it uses the object-oriented and the ...
The Popular Science Monthly (1892)
Pood is a new monthly publication devoted to cookery, household economy, and good living, including foods, dietetics, adulterations, sanitation, regimen for the sick-room, new domestic inventions, and all matters of careful and healthful living , ...
The Current Encyclopedia (1902)
A Monthly Record of Human Progress
per pood, and this production from the Government territory was not quite one-third of the whole. It is impossible to ascertain ...
The Encyclopaedia Britannica, Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Miscellaneous Literature (1823)
A pood is 40 pounds Russian, which are equal to 35 pounds and a half or 36 pounds English avoirdupoise.] Powder of the second strength.] Take southernwood cut into small pieces, four pounds; juniper-berries pounded, three pounds; ...
by Abraham Rees
pood, and by shovelling it over and over, well mixed. It is now brought to the fieve or stretched net-work, through which it is squeezed in order completely to separate the remaining fibrous parts; then, like the former, it is pressed in tubs.
A Dictionary of the Economic Products of India: pt. 1. Pachyrhizus to Rye. pt. 2. Sabadilla to Silica. pt. 3. Silk to Tea. pt. 4. Tectona to Zygophillum (1892)
by Sir George Watt
Pood. — Mr. Blyth says it abounds at the mouth of the Hughli, and that great numbers are brought up to Calcutta, ...
Encyclopaedia Britannica (1823)
Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Miscellaneous Literature, Enlarged and Improved
B, A pood is 40 pounds Russian, which are equal to 35 pounds and a half or 36 pounds English avoirdupoise.] Powder of the second strtngtA.~] Take southernwood cut into small pieces, four pounds ; juniper-berries pounded, three ...
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