cubby


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cubby

1. A small closet or storage space.
2. A diminutive room.
3. A small snug hiding space.
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But it hadn't taken long for Cubby to become fascinated with the bees themselves.
I was at Pinewood filming The Persuaders and saw a lot of Harry and Cubby.
Rick had just told Scarlett and Cubby that they needed to cross this swamp.
Within days, Cubby was cavorting with the elite of show business, but couldn't establish a niche.
Supt Cubby joined Coventry police when he was 26 after leaving the Coldstream Guards.
asked Cubby as he reached for a peanut butter and carrot sandwich.
FRESH - the design of the new Skoda Fabia estate will appeal to families with all its cubby holes
Although Cubby is recognised for his James Bond movies, he was particularly proud of the Dick Van Dyke and Sally Anne Howes film.
There are 3,873 words about the size of the boot, the number of cubby holes, the central speedo and the fact that prices start from pounds 6,095.
Wilson, the son of Cubby's widow Dana Broccoli by a previous marriage, is the veteran of the franchise, a lawyer who graduated into producing as well as co-writing several Bond films under Cubby.
Cubby found the Ian Fleming books fascinating and was determined to bring them to the silver screen.
A fascinating cubby hole of over 200,000 used books, this is a place where you can browse indefinitely.