blub


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blub

A small hole in a mold or plaster cast, formed by trapped air.
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And then, looking like he was about to blub buckets, he told a (former) jungle pal: "You did that
And a study has found that more than one third of chaps have a blub at least once a month.
And no-one will blub more than Henman's biggest fan Sue Barker star of Grandstand, A Question of Sport and Wimbledon 2001.
TEARJERKER movies are to get emotional health warnings on Virgin Atlantic flights in case passengers join the mile high blub.
If he really isn't ecstatic at winning the Oscar he should give it back, so that people who would be can stand up on that stage, blub like babies and for a few short minutes feel very lucky and very special.
CRYING SHAME:; Kate's face crumples as she lets her emotions get the better of her; HOLLYWOOD BLUB STORY: Kate with Susan Sarandon
ACCORDING to the papers last week, wealthy bereaved Vietnamese guarantee a full house of god by hiring professional mourners to wail and blub over the coffins of their dearly departed.
Children have been pro-active in helping to plant seeds and blubs, sharing new experiences with others.
A nation rejoices - but eventually blubs as England lose 2-1.