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dabber

A soft brush used to apply varnishes.
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"I realised how slow I was, as I couldn't get my dabber pen working properly - you've got to have your wits about you."
"I realised how slow I was as I couldn't get my dabber pen working properly - you've got to have your wits about you."
Dabber at the ready for From Russia with Love, Russian roulette, something about a (Red) square ball.
"Yabber Dabber Blue" gets its name from the term 'Dabber', an affectionate name given to anyone born within the boundaries of Nantwich, home of the Food & Drink Festival.
The new worm - called Dabber - exploits a buffer-overflow vulnerability in the software left behind by the Sasser virus to infect a PC.
But if you're feeling left out, don't throw away four dabber and bingo book away in despair just yet as, taking to Facebook on Friday, Bongo's Bingo announced there are more Newcastle events in the diary.
The four-year-old's saddle slipped when he finished last of 10 just two weeks ago, but he came good in the Ditch The Dabber at williamhillbingo.com H'cap over the same mile and a quarter.
INSIDER likes a little dabblewith its dabber asmuch as the next showbiz snooper, so it couldn't help but notice a familiar face on ITV1's BingoNight Live.
Free bingo dabber pens branded with the Birmingham Call to Quit freephone number on them are also being handed out.