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gibber

Austral
1. a stone or boulder
2. of or relating to a dry flat area of land covered with wind-polished stones
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Vicky Blackburn, company director at Gibber, said the road show was designed to be "hard hitting" and "fast paced" and to look at issues that are relevant to teenagers.
IN THE GARDEN The Duchess of Northumberland and The Gibber Theatre Team: Will Graham, Afnan Iktikhar, Zoe Hakin and Nancy Kniveton
Robert Gibber, Company Secretary and General Counsel, Tate & Lyle
It is being run by Monkseaton-based theatre company Gibber, which specialises in development through drama.
Children in the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle, North Tyneside General and Sunderland Royal enjoyed a visit from theatre company Gibber over the holiday.
Family business Benfield Motor Group made a special donation that paved the way for the Gibber theatre company to come into the schools.
It's only at the end of the tour that the youngsters find out they've been staged, and they then take part in a series of interactive drugs education workshops with professional drugs educator Gibber Theatre Company.
North East-based theatre company Gibber performed The Truth, an educational play commissioned by Newcastle Primary Care Trust, to highlight the behaviour of the tobacco industry.
Singer songwriters are not permitted the same freedom to gibber nonsensically as bands are.