cabble

cabble

[′ka·bəl]
(metallurgy)
To break up into pieces preparatory to the processes of fagoting, fusing, and rolling into bars, as is done with charcoal iron.
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He said: "I had him back at home with me for a while and put him back into pre-training with Laura Cabble, who did a wonderful job, and she thought we should give it another go.
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Ricky Miller slots home Dover's opening goal at The Cabble Stadium last night.
Without Recovery Act funding, the demolition of Pluto would not have been feasible for several more years," federal subproject director Kevin Cabble said.
The other acts are 16-year-old singer Josh Barry, from London, who played Simba in The Lion King; London-based Bollywood dance company Threebee; Martin Cabble, 33, aka variety entertainer Kevin Cruise; dancer Tobias Mead, 22, and Spellbound, a 13-strong group of acrobatic gymnasts from Ashford, Middlesex.
CAMP comic Martin Cabble - who wowed the audience as ship entertainer Kevin Cruise - claims Simon Cowell does not understand "variety".
When Washington, Cabble, Roosevelt, and Kennedy envisioned the future, their words indicated that they did not just imagine it, but rather, they embraced it.
Cabble Hwyel of Thomas & Rose estate agents, Whitchurch Road, Cardiff: "The market is down, definitely, but it is difficult to say by how much.
WESTLIFE nut Megan Cabble quit her job as an office junior after her boss refused to give her a day off to meet the boyband.
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