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kibble

[′kib·əl]
(mining engineering)
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If you need support from somebody there and then, you'll get that with Kibble.
Target: Kibble and Prentice Private Investment Advisory Group
Once she sees her dog improve, she will likely be on board for further dietary improvements--whether that's an even better kibble, or the inclusion of some good-quality canned or frozen raw food, or a well-researched home-prepared diet.
Gavin Kibble, with his wife Vivienne, accepts his Citizen of the Month award from Lord Mayor Coun Hazel |Noonan and Judge Richard Griffith-Jones
Mr Kibble spoke out after the ASA decided his latest claims for Alcopal could not be substantiated.
During the dry kibble experiment, they noticed that the cats were much more active during those anticipatory times, especially those fed four meals per day and those given meals at random times.
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Does kibble have any advantage because it's said to help prevent dental tartar buildup, or is that a myth?
Mr Kibble said: "You would not believe the trouble this has caused, I wish I had never got involved.
Mr Kibble said he has also received floods of hate mail since he began selling the tablets, which were said to allow drink drivers to cut readings on police breath tests - allowing drivers to have five pints and register as legal.
For us, it was the easy option to gain some quick wins, but not right for the business in the long-term, and we're not scared of hard work," said Ms Kibble.