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blub

A small hole in a mold or plaster cast, formed by trapped air.
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He'd clean up at the Weepies.MAKING A RACKETDistraught tennis queen Jana Novotna fell into the Duchess of Kent's arms and blubbed loudly in front of millions when she missed out on Wimbledon victory two years ago.TEARS OF A CLOWNPaul Gascoigne resorted to child's play after England lost the Italia '90 World Cup semi-final to Germany.
Breaking down in tears as he gave his post-match speech, the 22-year-old looked over at his conqueror and blubbed: "I can cry like Roger, it's a shame I can't play like him."
BLUR'S reunion has been an emotional rollercoaster for the Brit Pop bandmates - who have blubbed like babies over it.
The 58-year-old star blubbed: "It's been a wonderful period of my life and I've made great friends."
FOR a woman who boozed and blubbed her way through the 80s, doesn't Sue Ellen look amazing now.
THE England shirt Paul Gascoigne wore when he blubbed at a World Cup Semi-final is to be auctioned next month.
In second place was former Family Fortunes host Les Dennis, who blubbed through the celebrity version of Big Brother.
The injured Rooney was in tears, Becks, Posh and Brooklyn wept buckets and even the BBC pitch-side commentator blubbed his way through his final report.
"Thank you, thank you," he blubbed. "How'd you do it?"
The grown woman who forgot the words to "Cry Me A River" - a song that doesn't have that many words - and then blubbed all over Ant and Dec.
"I've never blubbed in public as far as I can remember but I was pretty damn close."
Ousted hopeful Diana Vickers wept, judge Cheryl Cole sobbed and contestant Eoghan Quigg blubbed like a big baby.