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cobweb

1. a web spun by certain spiders, esp those of the family Theridiidae, often found in the corners of disused rooms
2. a single thread of such a web

CobWeb

(1) A Web page that has not been updated in a long time.

(2) A Web page that is rarely downloaded because the references to it are obscure or the subject is simply uninteresting.
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Nicky Richards plans to give his star and Champion Hurdle hope Faasel a racecourse gallop to blow away the cobwebs if the meeting passes a 7.
He said: ``I know most of the lads in the Belle Vue team so it wasn't great to get beaten by them, but it was a good meeting to have to blow away the cobwebs.
12 seconds, set in April in what was little more than an early-season race designed to blow away the cobwebs.
Brewsmiths' coffee list has all the usual suspects but also offers soya and gluten-free options with no extra charge, and a super strong Brazilian filter coffee to blow away the cobwebs.
The game allowed the team to blow away the cobwebs before their must-win home fixture against Camp Hill tomorrow.
The Rhinos will be looking to blow away the cobwebs and though they could be slow out of the blocks, they couldn't ask for a much easier game than this one, with Salford in terrible form.
BLOW away the cobwebs this autumn with English Heritage .
So today we're going to get some goodies from Roath Farmers' market on Keppoch Street before heading to Ogmore for a bracing stroll to blow away the cobwebs (hangover
CELTIC are looking to blow away the cobwebs of European heartache on Saturday - and here's your chance to cheer them on to victory.
For Tottenham captain Ledley King, playing his first game since Boxing Day, it was a grim return from a broken foot and a chastening reminder that even England internationals need practice matches to blow away the cobwebs.
Blow away the cobwebs following the Thames Path for a few miles.
THERE is no better way to blow away the cobwebs after a break than securing a derby victory.