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1.
EOD
Explosive Ordinance Disposal: The military bomb squad responsable for removing and destroying munitions and other explosive, biological, chemical, and nuclear weapons.
We have an IED (improvised explosive device) call in the EOD guys!!!
by pyroteksmiley April 07, 2006
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EOD
Acronym for "End of Day" used by colleagues of office spaces to conclude their day. A typical EOD should be initiated half an hour before the end of the workday. Preferably an EOD is initiated using an online messenger service such as MSN or Gtalk.

EOD is often extended using parentheses and/or semicolon "EOD();", indicating the use of a method in programming languages.

EOD is the counterpart of a BOD (Beginning Of Day)
Renji: EOD()!
@: Woo, work almost done!!
Whacko: yay :D
Ollie: almost going home! YES!
by iWhacko December 17, 2007
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EOD
Short for End Of Discussion. Used (on usenet) to indicate that, as far as you are concerned, the discussion is over.
For the last time: the sun is yellow, not red. EOD.
by Peter March 11, 2005
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eod
Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) is a science of vague assumptions based on debatable figures derived from inconclusive experiments, performed by persons of doubtful mental capability with instruments of problematic accuracy.
EOD, Bomb Squad, primary function is to remove, disarm, or detonate in place any explosive materials in a safe manner.
by anonymous83947 February 28, 2006
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Eplosive Ornance Disposal The Greatest Job That Anyone Could Every Ask For. Anyone Who Is An E.O.D. Specialist As Truely A Bad Ass!!! You Should Thank Them For What They Do And Guy Them A Beer!!!!!
Wow!!!! You're E.O.D. You're A Badass!!!!! Let Me Buy You A Drink!!!
by ABAG February 04, 2010
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EOD
End Of Discussion

Used to stop a Discussion in a forum or website
MAN1 Blacks are Cool
MAN2Whites are Better
MAN3ALL RACES ARE COOL. EOD
by IAMKURTMAKEROFWORDS January 10, 2010
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7.
eod
The backwards spelling of "doe." Used as a substitute for words such as alright, okay, aight, and indeed.
Johnny: We're meeting up at 6 o'clock.
David: Eod.

Nader: DAMN THAT GIRL IS HELLA FINE
Connor: Eod.
by Jack Vai December 07, 2011
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