- n a large number or amount
- n any of a number of fishes of the family Carangidae
- There are scads of recipes, which can be searched by protein or category (comfort food, organic) or holiday (Thanksgiving, Passover).
- Does this mean character education is doomed to be the next DARE, the 18 year- old federal anti-drug program taught in 75% of school districts nationwide despite scads of .
- She added that they are attempting to work things out and would appreciate some privacy, thereby guaranteeing that scads of tabloid photographers will now be following the couple's .
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- GSU Trombone Ensemble prepares for International Festival
Immortalized in the song "Seventy-six Trombones" featured in the musical play "The Music Man , the fictional town of River City, Iowa, had scads of the brass instruments with the familiar slides leading their parade. Next week, the parade is in Columbus, Ga., which will host hundreds of trombone players from around the world, including Statesboro.
June 22, 2013 - Statesboro Herald
- John Tory in CTV.ca
What's happening here is the lawyers and other negotiators are making scads of money here at the taxpayers' expense when we can't afford it and it's really not expediting things by a minute,Tory said. "It's just part of the same scandal....
- John Bogle in Wall Street Journal
Sure, the ETF business is a great business for entrepreneurs,Mr. Bogle says. "They're drawing scads of money. It's a great business for those who want to create their own wealth in this flawed financial system. Isn't it time that somebody...
- Amanda Palmer in Boston Globe (registration)
I wish I had had scads of time with the script and could have sat down with designers and the director and spent six months meticulously composing lots of original music,says Palmer, who gave the company permission to use tracks from the...