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Jud, ND -- U.S. city in North Dakota
Population (2000): 76
Housing Units (2000): 51
Land area (2000): 0.242623 sq. miles (0.628390 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 0.242623 sq. miles (0.628390 sq. km)
FIPS code: 41180
Located within: North Dakota (ND), FIPS 38
Location: 46.524984 N, 98.898191 W
ZIP Codes (1990):
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Jud, ND

Jud may refer to:

  • Jud, North Dakota, a hamlet in the United States
  • Jud (film), 1971 film
  • Jud, a surname:
    • Leo Jud, a Swiss reformer
    • Jakob Jud, a Swiss linguist
  • Jud, a nickname:
    • Jud Buechler, American professional basketball player
    • Jud Heathcote, American college basketball coach
    • Jud Hurd, cartoonist
    • Jud Larson, American racecar driver
    • Jud Logan, American athlete
    • Jud Strunk, American singer, songwriter, and comedian
    • Jud Taylor, American actor, television director and television producer
    • Jud Wilson, American professional baseball player
  • " Pore Jud Is Daid", a song from the musical Oklahoma!
  • yud or yod , a name of the Hebrew letter

Usage examples of "jud".

With Humber and Jud Wilson away at the races, though, and with Cass gone home to his midday meal, I reckoned I could go into the office to search while the rest of the lads were eating.

Jud Tinsley to discover that both the Mayflower and the Plymouth had been sabotaged.

She stuck out her chin, stubborn as a balky beast, and after Jud took a long minute to study the angle of it, he nodded.

Given that the killer left no prints or other obvious clues at the scene, Jud profiled an intelligent offender with a prior record of crimes like burglary and sexual assault.

Investigative Support Unit, which included some of the top profilers and criminal investigative analysts in the world-Larry Ankrom, Greg Cooper, Steve Etter, Bill Hagmaier, Roy Hazelwood, Steve Mardigian, Gregg McCrary, Jana Monroe, Jud Ray, Tom Salp, Pete Smerick, Clint Van Zandt, and Jim Wright.

Instead, Jud was more interested in a door at the end of the short corridor, an exit that Sark might have used.

Jud was thinking very swiftly, not just in terms of Sark, but of those bags that were going out.

Jud was wondering just what Sark would do if those bags disappeared in their entirety.

Right now, Jud felt that he could concentrate on Alban Sark and the various happenings that Jud himself had witnessed in Stanwich, without committing himself too far.

With that, Sark turned his back on Margo and used his gun to motion Jud and Gail to the corner near the safe.

Beyond Sark, Margo saw Jud, his face very grim, but telling a story by its very grimness.

Spinning, Sark hooked Margo with his gun hand and flung her toward the corner by the safe, bowling Jud from his feet as he lunged forward.

By the time Margo reached the corner door that Sark had slammed earlier, Gail was gripping Jud, telling him not to trust Margo too far.

All Jud wanted was to settle scores with Alban Sark, otherwise White Skull.

There, Jud was caught by a rising figure that emerged as suddenly as Sark had disappeared.