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blub

A small hole in a mold or plaster cast, formed by trapped air.
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But for every outraged dad who wanted to kick in his TV, I bet there were 10 women who wanted to hug the blubbing Ulsterman to their chest, and give him a good phone vote.
The sound of the blubbing bairns was music to the ears of their parents, who believe that sumo wrestlers can help make babies cry out a wish to grow up with good health.
Her character Roxy is a blubbing wreck as the day arrives, on Tuesday, when it's time for doctors to turn off Ronnie's ventilator.
Pictures of blubbing Brazilians (below) failed to tug at the heartstrings - they have won the bloody tournament five times.
NOT an easy week for Kirstie Allsop and Phil Spencer on Location, Location, Location (Channel 4, Thursday) - a young couple who hadn't previously viewed a single house, and a mum-to-be who started blubbing as soon as she walked into a beautiful house in lovely Lydiate.
Every time she turns on the TV, someone on a reality show is dissolving into a blubbing mess.
THERE was more blubbing when Jamie Oliver attempted his American Food Revolution.
And when I turned to check if anyone had snared me for blubbing I realised that every single person around me also had tears in their eyes.
But how many of your friends can watch you blubbing, work their magic, and send you away feeling and looking better than when you came in?
In tears, she called me at work last week, blubbing, "Baul Hograby's gob a thib dob on his (sniff) shbow".
WHEN Ellen MacArthur isn't blubbing into a webcam in the middle of some ocean or other, chances are she will be inside a Renault Espace, writes ANDY DUNN.
THERE is nothing wrong with acting on information when it comes to betting, but don't go blubbing when it all goes wrong.