[ roh-duh ]


  1. a female given name.

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“A new, full-size arena will unlock the full potential for housing, jobs, parks and neighborhood improvements the Midway community has needed for years,” Rhoda said.

The most direct comparison to the Legends vision for San Diego, Rhoda said, is The Star, in Frisco Texas, the 91-acre headquarters and practice facility of the Dallas Cowboys.

She was there after the glory days of “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and “Rhoda.”

Upon realizing that he must take care of Rhoda himself, he bursts into tears.

Rhoda runs through the streets of New York City on the way to her own wedding.

Harper wins her first of four Emmys, and the first of three for her performance as Rhoda Morgenstern on The Mary Tyler Moore Show.

The TV comedienne known for her alter ego, Rhoda, says she may only have three months to live.

In her early 40s, Rhoda Janzen hit what can be generously called a rough patch.

Then she turned to the wooden bench where Rhoda was sitting, huddled together, with her work lying in her lap.

Not but Rhoda's a nice-tempered girl enough, and very patient with the children.

"I'm afraid, father, you'll not find Rhoda's looks doing us credit," said Mrs. Seth.

It invited Rhoda, if her father would consent, to visit the Bodkins during the remainder of their stay at the seaside.

There was an invisible barrier between herself and pretty, gentle, winning Rhoda Maxfield.