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blub

A small hole in a mold or plaster cast, formed by trapped air.
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'' Sometimes I didn't even know why I was blubbing as I watched
I spent half an hour outside the venue after the match, I was a blubbing wreck.
THERE is nothing wrong with acting on information when it comes to betting, but don't go blubbing when it all goes wrong.
So Corrigan's Crown and Corrigan's Clown is no more (Come on, no blubbing now).
The scene where he was blubbing like a baby in the taxi after he got mugged is worth a Bafta in itself.
A spokesman was quick to point out that "it wasn't a case of blubbing, just moist eyes really", adding: "This doesn't mean that we are going soft."
The sound of the blubbing bairns was music to the ears of their parents, who believe that sumo wrestlers can help make babies cry out a wish to grow up with good health.
? HOT on the heels of last year's sob-fest, the new John Lewis Christmas ad has us all blubbing once more.
No-one wants to see it and, frankly, it is embarrassing for the blubbing fool and those unfortunate enough to witness it.
Every time she turns on the TV, someone on a reality show is dissolving into a blubbing mess.
Why blubbing, surrounded by strangers and accompanied by friends, qualifies as entertainment I'm not sure, but there was a queue to get in so it must be good, right?
The blubbing blonde's hilariously dysfunctional relationship with rotten Rex was BB9's one and only triumph.