Definitions for "Cud"
That portion of food which is brought up into the mouth by ruminating animals from their first stomach, to be chewed a second time.
A portion of tobacco held in the mouth and chewed; a quid.
The first stomach of ruminating beasts.
Keywords:  struck, die, broken, coin, 'unstruck
A raised lump of metal on a coin caused by a piece of a die having broken off
A raised lump of metal on a coin. Results from metal flow during striking into the space created when a piece of a die has broken off
Extra metal on a coin from when the coin is struck by a broken die D mint mark - Denver mint 1906 - date or (Dahlonega - gold only 1838-1861)
Cud are a British indie band formed in Leeds, England in 1987, consisting of vocalist Carl Puttnam (b. Ilford, Essex), guitarist/keyboardist Mike Dunphy (b. Northumberland), bassist William Potter (b.
Cud was a English band, first emerging in the late 1980s on Imaginary records, who were self-styled Lion Pop artists. In 1991 they signed to A&M records and had hits with Rich & Strange, Oh No Won't Do and Purple Love Balloon.
Keywords:  democracy, coalition, unity
Coalition for Unity and Democracy
call user data. Field in an X.25 data packet that contains encapsulated upper-layer information.