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Housing Units (2000): 273
Land area (2000): 0.958023 sq. miles (2.481267 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.409527 sq. miles (1.060670 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 1.367550 sq. miles (3.541937 sq. km)
FIPS code: 35100
Located within: Louisiana (LA), FIPS 22
Location: 32.272082 N, 92.726557 W
ZIP Codes (1990):
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Hodge may refer to:
Hodge (fl. c.1769) was one of Samuel Johnson's cats, immortalised in a characteristically whimsical passage in James Boswell's Life of Johnson.
Although there is little known about Hodge, such as his life, his death, or any other information, what is known is Johnson's fondness for his cat, which separated Johnson from the views held by others of the eighteenth century.
Hodge (first name and dates unknown) was an English cricketer who played in first-class cricket during the 1740s. He is recorded playing for Long Robin's XI against Richard Newland's XI at the Artillery Ground on Wednesday, 26 June 1745. Long Robin's XI won by "over 70 runs".
As Hodge had established his reputation by 1745, he must have been active for some years previously and his career probably began in the 1730s. Very few players were mentioned by name in contemporary reports and there are no other references to Hodge.
Hodge is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
- Abdul Hodge (born 1983), American football linebacker
- Al Hodge (1912–1979), American actor
- Al Hodge (rock musician) (1951–2006), guitarist and songwriter
- Archibald Alexander Hodge (1823–1886), American Presbyterian leader
- Bob Hodge (linguist) (born 1940), Australian linguist
- Bob Hodge (athlete) (born 1955), American distance runner
- Brad Hodge (born 1974), Australian cricketer
- Charles Hodge (1797–1878), principal of Princeton Theological Seminary
- Daniel Hodge, Prime Minister of Curaçao 2012-13
- Danny Hodge (born 1932), American professional boxer and wrestler
- Dave Hodge (born 1945), Canadian sports announcer currently working for The Sports Network
- Frederick A. Hodge, American businessman and politician
- Frederick Webb Hodge (1864–1956), anthropologist
- Harold Hodge (1904–1990), toxicologist, first president of the Society of Toxicology
- John R. Hodge (1893–1963), American general
- John E. Hodge (1914-1996), American chemist, author of a widely cited paper on the Maillard reaction
- Julius Hodge (born 1983), American professional basketball player
- Luke Hodge (born 1984), Australian rules footballer
- Margaret Hodge (born 1944), British politician
- Megan Hodge (born 1988), American indoor volleyball player at Penn State
- Milford Hodge (born 1961), American football player
- Odell Hodge (born 1973), American basketball player at Old Dominion University
- Patricia Hodge (born 1946), British actor
- Paul Hodge (1910-1976), American bridge player
- Paul W. Hodge (born 1934), American astronomer
- Philip G. Hodge (1920–2014), American material scientist
- Steve Hodge (born 1962), English footballer
- Sue Hodge (born 1957), British actress
- Susie Hodge (born 1960), British author and illustrator
- W. V. D. Hodge (1903–1975), Scottish mathematician and geometer
- Walter Hartman Hodge (1896–1975), American judge
- Cameron Hodge, comic-book supervillain
- Orson Hodge, a fictional supporting character in the television drama, Desperate Housewives.
Usage examples of "hodge".
I can work it, it will make Hodge so hot against him that there will be a fight.
Browning came down, talking in low tones of Merry and Bart, and from this talk, Pike, who had withdrawn into the shadows, learned that both Hodge and Frank were out in town somewhere.
Diamond and Bruce disappeared, he crawled into the shadow of a column and watched the path along which Hodge and Merriwell would come on their return.
He wanted to make Hodge think that you had done the dirty work, so that you and Hodge would lock horns the first time you met, and there would be trouble again all around the camp.
Bart Hodge was not in condition to play ball, nor in condition for anything the next day.
Merriwell, who had arrived on the grounds of the gun club with Bart Hodge and was taking his gun out of its case.
While about Merriwell swarmed his friends tried and true, with Hodge, Browning, Diamond, Rattleton, Gamp, Bink, and Dismal close to his person.
He felt, like Hodge, that Merriwell had purposely missed that second bird, and it annoyed and angered him.
Then dropped in another shell with a slowness that set Bart Hodge wild, and killed the third bird, which had gone off at a difficult tangent, at a distance of at least sixty yards!
Hodge had juggled the shell which exploded in the gun was not very strong when he left the grounds of the gun club, but his hatred of Hodge was not in any degree lessened thereby.
This Hodge pulled down and wrapped round his head, protecting his hands with it also as well as he could.
It was a desperate spurt, but Hodge went through the fire, and with a bound threw himself beyond it, and felt, rather than knew, that he was in some kind of hall, where the fire was not so bad.
Bart Hodge held for Frank Merriwell the love of a strong and manly heart.
Later he learned that Hodge and Merry had called at the home of Fairfax Lee, after he had given over his vigil, and had been cordially admitted, and had accompanied Inza and Elsie to a banquet, which was attended by the whole Merriwell set.
I was jealous of Hodge, I went on that drunk and let Barney Lynn fool me into going aboard the boat and in drugging me.