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dubbing

removal of most of the comb of day-old chickens. See also decombing.
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The majority of these people are in their 80s and 90s,'' Dubbin said.
They considered him one of the boys, it was part of the culture," said Murray Dubbin, a state legislator in the 1960s and '70s who is now city attorney for Miami Beach.
Me and Sonny in the Escalade/TV where yo'head lay/Uptown, Harlem World, seein/With some bran-bran, got a jaw hit/Hun'ned G's for the suit/the hood like "oh man"/Bendin corna's, twenty-two's, no dubbin.
DAVE DUBBIN, after 15 years as sales manager with Niro Ltd, tel:01235 555559, a member of the GEA Group, has been promoted to sales director to take his place on the company's Board of Management.
Friedrich in his Hethitisches W[ddot{o}]rterbuch (HW), such as UMBIN "wheel" for earlier DUBBIN, have not been implemented in the HED.
amp;uot;With the proliferation of internet e-commerce, Oak Tree stands ready to capitalize on this growth opportunity,&uot; explained Henry Dubbin, Chairman of the Board at Oak Tree.
Tenders are invited for Supply of DUBBIN PROTECTIVE (Cat/Pt No.
I've written to Sepp in the past because I deplore the way the game's gone," said the 'keeper who played in the days when goalies wore rollneck sweaters, boots shone with Dubbin and hair with Brylcream.
More mundane matters - requests for a razor, a mirror, tins of Dubbin - taKe us to the local world of Huddersfield, a reasonably prosperous industrial town with a full range of local retail businesses, entertainment establishments, and social communities based on church or chapel".
Rubin is one of a group of survivors represented by Florida attorney Sam Dubbin that has been aggressively pursuing a multifront campaign against the agreement.
But they were the best present I ever had and I would spend ages cleaning them and rubbing dubbin into them to protect the leather before I played.
Members of the Tees Valley Community Church, who meet at the Oakwood Centre, Eaglescliffe, packed their bags and rubbed dubbin on their boots before hitting the road Their 60-mile trek, between Hexham and Eaglescliffe, raised funds to support a Church 5,000 miles away in Hyderabad, central India.