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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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Karen Smith, event co-organiser, said: "We saw just over 200 people braving the icy waters, in wetsuits and swimming skins, to blow the cobwebs of 2017 well and truly away.
We walked further up and our feet started getting stuck in the cobwebs, and then we noticed little black things on top.
Last year the Cobweb Orchestra, which schedules concerts and hopes enough of its players will turn up to perform, performed in the Victoria Tunnel which runs from Newcastle's Tyne Moor to the Tyne.
CHEEKY: Calendar boy Kush The locals need no encouragement to squeeze into their spookiest attire for a fancy dress knees-up on Friday, but why Ronnie and Charlie decide to hold their engagement bash there - EASTENDERS Mon, Tue, Thur, Fri BBC1 Brace yourselves - it's Halloween at The Vic giving Mick the perfect opportunity to unleash the spray-on cobwebs and dust off his Frankenstein costume.
Yesterday afternoon children had the chance to take along a pumpkin and get creative by carving in today's Crazy Cobwebs event young visitors can make a mask, twig skeleton or a crazy cobweb.
I know the ceilings might contain asbestos, but how do I clean the cobwebs that have collected on them without disturbing the asbestos?
Tutuila, who played in the Queensland Cup before coming over to the UK, is looking forward to brushing off the cobwebs after his Australian season finished last August.
Morning star Holly, 31, was of celebs at Jonathan party, where he decks house for the night cobwebs, monsters and mayhem.
The quest to recover the self she is losing takes Geeske from the sticky cobwebs of her own life into those wound around the lives of grandparents, parents, and cousins: lives tainted and broken with extreme political leanings and prejudices, sexual assault, promiscuity, marital tensions, depression, nervous breakdowns, conflicts, and the postmodern malaise of Geeske's own psychic anxiety.
Andy Jackson, the orchestra's creative director, said: "We have very few members from Hartlepool, so we're hoping people from the town will blow the cobwebs off their instruments and come and join us for the festival.
Cobwebs, a charity set up in Huddersfield six years ago to help youngsters cope with the emotional side of being overweight, was handed the money to help educate adults about the problems of being a fat child in school.
Quirky, humorous, irreverent, yet filled with practical tips and exercises to jog loose the cobwebs and stopping places of the mind, Writing Open The Mind delivers more valuable writing gold for the miner than many a heftier, loftier tome.