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Stubbs

George. 1724--1806, English painter, noted esp for his pictures of horses
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As mentors go, 20-year-old Stubbs knows it couldn't get any better than his former Bolton, Celtic and Everton star old man.
Stubbs cooperated with the police initially after Jones used a tint meter to confirm his suspicion that Stubbs was indeed using extra-dark windows on his car.
The Southampton kid has agreed a loan deal until the end of the season but with a fortnight left to add to his squad, Stubbs is keen for more players to sign up for his new-look Buddies.
It ended with Stubbs shooting him through the back as he ran away in Bankfields, Eston at about 5pm on March 1, the court heard.
The Huddersfield court heard that Stubbs claimed the benefits on the basis that neither she nor her partner Frank Brook had any other income or were working.
Evidence obtained by the IPCC showed officers sought immediate medical assistance as soon as they witnessed Mr Stubbs swallowing "a quantity of drugs".
The IPCC says false information was give to Mr Stubbs's family by the police, but officers believed that information to be true at the time.
I asked Stubbs what he's done differently to grow his business.
ALAN Stubbs has walked out on Hibernian to become the new boss of Championship club Rotherham United.
For Hibs boss Alan Stubbs, he's discovered that seven days can seem even longer in Scottish football.
MARK PA P LIOS and Ray Stubbs, TRANMERE players who shared the same dressing room during the 1970s, will be teaming up on stage next month to give supporters an insight into the past and the future at Prenton Park.
Lee Russel Stubbs, 40, gained notoriety when it was learned that he applied deer hair to his damaged van in an unsuccessful attempt to hide the 2000 crime.