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kibble

baked dough that is crushed or cracked. Prepared usually by extruding and then heating-drying the dough. Used as dry food for dogs and cats.
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Mr Kibble said his website would be changed in the next week following the latest ruling.
Mr Kibble, of Walsall, West Mids, added: "I was not advocating that motorists get blind drunk and then try to drive.
Mr Kibble stressed he had never advocated the use of Alcopal, which costs PS35 for a tub of five tablets, as a police breath test beater.
Helen McAvoy and Naomi Kibble with their Rocktails which are now being sold in Sainsbury''s PICTURE: Matthew Horwood (c)
Helen McAavoy and Naomi Kibble, right, with their Rocktails, which are sold in Sainsbury's PICTURE: Matthew Horwood (c)
Mr Kibble joins the Birmingham office having been head of LSH's Hertfordshire office, in St Albans, for more than 20 years, and head of LSH's east region for six years.
Kibble prefers not to use it, but because he's battling multiple sclerosis, it's often the only solution.
Three gold medals was just deserts for 12 months of hard work for Kibble.
But it may be time to examine how those shiny but foul-smelling cans and cute-shaped kibble measure up to what Mother Nature provides.
Nature's Variety has initiated a voluntary recall of its Prairie Beef Meal & Barley Medley Kibble for Dogs due to an off-odor smell that may develop over time.
com) announces today its acquisition of Kibble & Prentice Private Investment Advisory Group.
The firm's owner Arthur Kibble, from Streetly, has previously stated that it will not improve a driver's performance behind the wheel, only enable them to pass a breath test by suppressing the amount of alcohol on the breath.