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jube

1. a gallery or loft over the rood screen in a church or cathedral
2. another name for rood screen

jube

A screen separating the chancel from the nave or aisles, or both. (See illustration p. 558.)
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Peter--Infandum, regina, jubes renovare dolorem--expresses his awareness of the possibility of the extermination of cultures.
It traces New Zealand post-war history by way of its popular culture and distinctive economic forms from the 1950s of corner dairies (hard jubes, chocolate pineapple chunks, pink coconut-ice bars, toffee milks and pearly white bottle chews) through to the ersatz-Spanish stucco of the '70s nouveau-riche and the space parlour extravagance of the 1980s.
Beta Brands Incorporated produces a full line of hard candies, jellies, jubes, panned chocolates, chocolate enrobed products, marshmallows, crackers and biscuits through its wholly owned subsidiary, Beta Brands Limited.
James Charteries gave Jubes the lead in the first half, Mark Robson doubling it after the break.
A brace from Jack Barker and a David Tremble header had Jubes 3-0 up within the first 12 minutes, with David Hall and Kieran Robley scoring after the break alongside Barker completing his hat-trick.