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grub

(grŭb),
Wormlike larva or maggot of certain insects, particularly in the orders Coleoptera, Diptera, and Hymenoptera, and the genus Hypoderma.

grub

(grŭb)
n.
The thick wormlike larva of certain beetles and other insects.

grub′ber n.

grub

an insect larva lacking legs; a maggot.

grub

maggot-like or caterpillar-like insect larva; said of beetles and flies, most properly of beetles.

black grub
metacercariae of digenetic flukes in the skin and/or musculature of finfish.
cattle grub
head grub
see oestrusovis.
torsalo grub
dermatobiahominis.
white grub
metacercariae of digenetic flukes in the skin and/or musculature of finfish.
yellow grub
metacercariae of digenetic flukes in skin and/or musculature of finfish.
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Jules Bailey, director of GRUB said "Seeing the growth of veganism this year has been brilliant and it's been amazing to see Manchester become the vegan capital of the north.
A speeding crank-bait, topwater, or spinnerbait often triggers strikes but the most consistent success with a grub is achieved by a slow, steady, horizontal swim.
Diners at Grub Kitchen will be able to tuck into the likes of bug blinis with wild garlic humus and toasted cumin mealworms, bug burgers with a sour dough and cricket flour bun and cricket crepes to round the meal off.
I think the most important thing you can do is choose the right people for the particular project with the right skill set for that particular project," said Grub.
Alex Ferguson, Vice President of Liverpool Guild of Students, leading on sustainable issues, said: "It's fantastic that we could work with halls' wardens and use Green Guild funding to offer grub boxes to University of Liverpool students.
The sooner that you irrigate after the area is treated, the sooner the chemical will be removed, avoiding accidental contact with pets and wildlife, and the quicker it can go to work on the grubs.
Series producer Tom Gould explained: "There is an Australiawide shortage of witchetty grubs because of the weather.
While business in Dubai has taken a back-seat over the summer, Grub says his hotel has still posted some "very, very good" occupancy rates, despite the sweltering heat.
So always check the rating at your local before you decide to dine out and tuck in to your favourite grub.
Grub, area manager - Dubai for Starwood Hotels and Resorts, sets the scene for an even stronger 2012, with bullish growth, timely renovations and customer-focused service sitting top of his priority list
Grub general manager of the Sheraton Dubai Creek Hotel & Towers and area manager for the Sheraton properties in Dubai said, "Hotel occupancies across Dubai rose in the four and five-star category by seven per cent and as a hotel we gained our market share towards our competition.