- ruda sląska,
- ruda śląska,
Origin of rudd
Examples from the Web for rudd
That no one under the age of, say, 30 would have any clue what Rudd and Poehler were parodying.
On one side you have the always dependable Rudd—meaning the Kansas Jayhwaks are solid performers.
The NCAA Final Four has come down to a dream celebrity matchup—Judd vs. Rudd.
The ballot on Monday, of Rudd versus Gillard, is seen as a test of his popularity against her competence.
Rudd is polling ahead of both Gillard and the conservative opposition leader, Tony Abbott, as preferred prime minister.
It was the Englishman, Norton, who spoke, and the man who stood with him was Rudd.The Swindler and Other Stories|Ethel M. Dell
Just before dinner I got a message from Rudd asking whether he might dine at my table.Overlooked|Maurice Baring
But if we let the House know about this, a crowd will collect; Rudd will go first and make two fairly effective shots.
He suddenly jerked away the chair Rudd was sitting on: the owner of the study collapsed on the floor.
Roud is the local name of the Rudd (Leuciscus erythropthalmus).Notes and Letters on the Natural History of Norfolk|Thomas Browne