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English citations of dob

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  • The Newcomes - by William Makepeace Thackeray - 1902
    Clive broke out into a laugh, that was almost a dob. He took both his' father's hands. "My dear, dear old father!" says he, "what a—what an—old trump you ...
  • Uncertainty Handling and Quality Assessment in Data Mining - by Michalis Vazirigiannis, Mariam Halkidi, Dimitrios Gunopulos - 2003
    The CVS holding the “degrees of belief' (dob) for the classification of the ... The higher the dob is, the higher is our confidence that the specific value ...
  • Transactions of the American Philological Association - by American Philological Association - 1896
    (i) Dob, Dobbin. A term for a foolish fellow; also the usual contraction for Robert. ... Dob must have existed before the beginning of the modern period. ...
  • Notes and Queries - by Martim de Albuquerque - 1867
    DOB-FRERE. — Can any of your correspondents inform me of the derivation and meaning of the word Dob-frere, now nearly obsolete in this neighbourhood? ...
  • Uncle Remus, His Songs and His Sayings;: The Folklore of the Old Plantation - by Joel Chandler Harris - 1880
    ... en dish yen's do song wa't he sing: “Sifter hole water same ez a tray, Ef you fill it wid moss en dob it wid clay; De Fox git madder de longer you ...
  • Nightwatch: A Practical Guide to Viewing the Universe - by Terence Dickinson - 2001
    Moreover, the 6-inch Dob is the product of a unique combination of factors that, in my opinion, ... In short, the 6-inch Dob has a lot going for it. ...
  • The new nation - by John Morris - 1880
    Gaelic - Dob, or Doib, plaster. Irish - Dob, plaster, mire
    Gaelic - Dob, or Doib, a river. Irish - Dob, a river, a stream
  • American Surnames - by Elsdon Coles Smith - 1986
    The most popular medieval pet names for Robert are Rob, Hob, and Dob. ... In the same way Dob gives us DOBBS, DABBS, DOBSON, DOBBINS and DOBLE
  • Jewish Family Names and Their Origins: an Etymological Dictionar - by Heinrich Walter Guggenheimer - 1992
    Dob, Dobb, Dober, Duber, 1 ... Dobs, ...
  • Annals of Human Genetics - by Galton Laboratory - 1954
    Dob typing has been done for a number of the families; as used, by the indirect antiglobulin capillary method, the anti-Dob serum (Hart) gives dosage ...
  • An Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language ...: To which is Prefixed, a Dissertation on ... - by John Jamieson - 1887
    ... - SPADE, qv DOB, adj. and *. ... To DOB, rn Short for to double, to do or play over again, as when the players are equal. ...
  • Minnesota timber industry an assessment of timber product output and use, 1997
    The minimum saw log top is 7.0 inches diameter outside bark (dob) for softwoods and 9.0 inches dob for hardwoods.
  • The Antibodies - by M Zanetti, J Donald Capra - 1995
    Three prominent human antibodies with hinge deletions have been identified and

extensively characterized: the Mcg, Dob and Lec proteins, all belonging to ...

  • Jamieson's Dictionary of the Scottish Language: In which the Words are Explained in Their ...

by John Jamieson, John Johnstone - 1867

  • DOB, The Razor-fish, Fife. ... Often used as bait by the fishermen. ...
  • Springtime in Taranaki: An Autobiography of Youth - by Stewart, Douglas Alexander, 1913- - 1983
    Weeeeee'll [very sharp, like a bark] Dob dob dob dob! ... 'We'll dob dob dob' means, I'm afraid, 'We'll do our best, do our best, do our best.' Dear God! ...
  • We'll Dob Dob Dob: Forty-four Years Cub Scouting in Cornwall by Ada Alvey - 1991
  • "The Defence of Australia' p. 159; Peter Cole-Adam,
    A dob of rhetorical dressing
  • Discovering Science by Mark Fox, Olga Fox, Curriculum Corporation (Australia) - 2003
    Use small dob of plasticine or blu-tack inside head sides for weight.
  • Success in Store: How to Start Or Buy a Retail Store, Enjoy Running It and Make Money - by Geoffrey Heard, Gordon Woolf - 2003 -
    ... a dob of sour cream and a sprig of parsley (the flat kind) floating on it.


citations for Aussie dob[edit]

  • Songs of Australia Volume 16 Shhh, Go Back to Sleep (an Un-Australian Dob-in Mix): A National ... By Aleks Danko, National Gallery of Victoria - 2004
  • The Fog Garden - by Marion Halligan - 2002
    One of the first Aussie words Sonny learned at school was ‘dob' . ‘Hey! Ching-chong

Chinaman! You'd better not dob, or else,' they told him. ...

  • Children's Peer Relations - by Phillip T. Slee, Ken Rigby - 1998
    Research conducted in Australia strongly suggests that particular attention ... just don't inform or ‘dob' other people, which affects boys more than girls. ...
  • Outback Australia. - by Rob Van Driesum - 2002
    DANGERS & ANNOYANCES Australia is free of carnivorous wild mammals that tear you to shreds at ... they'll happily dob you in and the penalties are severe. ...
  • Deadly Disclosures: Whistle Blowing and the Ethical Meltdown of Australia - by William A. De Maria - 1999
    An example is Operation Noah, whereby the public are encouraged to dob in drug ...
  • Western Australia - by Susie Ashworth, Rebecca Turner, Simone Egger - 2004
    Locals will not be amused if they catch you breaking this particular law', they'll happily dob you in, and the penalties are severe. ...
  • Australia and America Through 200 Years; 1776-1976 - by Norman Bartlett - 1976
    "Look Edgar, I want to dob you in for forty million", ...
  • Corporate Collapse: accounting, regulatory, and ethical failure - by Frank L. Clarke, Graeme Dean - 2003
    the attention continued — witness the ‘Spurned Skase heirs dob in Pixie' ...
  • Australia's Welfare Wars: The Players, the Politics and the Ideologies - by Philip Mendes - 2003
    ... and the ‘dob in a dole bludger' hotline further emphasise to the unemployed that their ...
  • Weevils in the Flour: An Oral Record of the 1930s Depression in Australia - by Wendy J. Lowenstein - 1989
    ... Australia Even in the depression, experienced men didn't have much ... The Italians would work together in a gang and they'd all dob in and put one man ...