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gab

1. a hook or open notch in a rod or lever that drops over the spindle of a valve to form a temporary connection for operating the valve
2. a pointed tool used in masonry
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They also note that there are countless other distractions that can endanger drivers -- such as noisy kids, fellow passengers or loud music -- and that it's unfair to single out cell-phone gabbers for state sanction.
Nearing 80, he is a part-time Anglican minister, part-time radio gabber and full-time briefing room buffoon.
The new lineup includes conservative gabber Neal Boortz, ultraliberal Air America star Al Franken, Don Imus in the mornings, Doug and Ryan Stewart, Jim Cramer with "Mad Money," Dave Ramsey and Clark Howard.
NBC Uni comes to NATPE with Will & Grace star Megan Mullally's talk show, a second season of the Martha gabber and over a dozen other first-runs; as well as all of the NBC Universal series for off-net syndication.
There is also to front, meaning to host; "way out ahead of the game is American Idol host Ryan Seacrest, fronting a gabber that began Monday" (16 Jan 2004, p.
A shifting rota of artists will be mashing the place up: from hyper-tensile gabber to nervous-tic splinter-snare breakcore to retro-jungle rave mentalism and on to sublime electronic pop music.
Those expecting The Gabber at The Gabba saw instead a Nicholas who, by his own exotic standards, was shaken almost unto silence.
The essay will be published in the community newspaper, the Gulfport Gabber.