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Australian vernacular for a group of sheep which stay together for an extended period. Also a name for a group of kangaroos.
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By MOB #6--in which, on the first Thursday evening in August, five hundred mobbers suddenly fell to their knees in the Times Square Toys "R" Us and cowered before the store's animatronic, to-scale Tyrannosaurus rex--flash mobs had been either scheduled or executed not only in scores of U.
The scrub-jay separated itself from the mobbers temporarily and flew several meters to an adjacent driveway, where it stood perfectly still at the base of a garage door.
Business comes from former clients, flash mobbers, TV appearances, and the company's website.
SUNDAY Actors, dancers and flash mobbers will be casting aside the chocolate eggs and answering the call of Birmingham Opera company for a mass gathering and improvised performance at Millennium Point.
In 1980 we'd puzzled over the morning clouds of mobbers but were never able to identify the intruder they were fighting.
20) While Hopkins makes no specific proposal for reparations, she describes a lawsuit whose structure offers a moral logic under which a governmental entity can provide a remedy__financial or otherwise__by assuming a continuity of liability from past to present, from individual mobbers to government entity and from state to nation.
It's likely potential mobbers would make a beeline for Taylor, with his ubiquitous "geeky" glasses.