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dibble

a small hand tool used to make holes in the ground for planting or transplanting bulbs, seeds, or roots
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There seemed little danger as Jason Oswell was putting the Maidenhead backline under pressure to clear their lines quickly, but as Joe Ellul's long ball forward found James Akintunde on the right, his driven low cross cannoned home off the shins of Young as he raced into the Dragons box to add cover, the unlucky touch wrong footing Dibble.
Dibble, who was the busier of the two goalkeepers in the opening 10 minutes, made a comfortable save to deny Dennis before diving full length to push away a Booty shot for one of four early corners.
Managing director of Dibble Optical, Barry Dibble, said: "Miraflex has been specialists in children's eyewear for more than 20 years and recently was awarded first place in the prestigious Vision Expo West Vision Choice Awards for both 2018 and 2019."
Dibble had already partially filled a valley with waste.
Oswell registered his first Wrexham goal as he headed beyond Cracknell from Rutherford's cross, before Beck saw a header at the other end crash off the top of Dibble's bar.
Thirty-three people died when a coach carrying women on a day trip from Thornaby to the Yorkshire Dales careered down a steep bank on the B6265 road, Dibble's Bridge, near Hebden.
Welshman Dibble, now 52, is Cardiff's goalkeeping coach, working under Neil Warnock at the club where his career began as a teenager.
The Chorley No.9 had twice been denied by smart stops from Dibble but was not to be denied a third time as he latched on to a simple ball over the top, raced clear of Kelvin Langmead and deftly pushed it past the Boro keeper who was rushing out to close the angle - a killer blow with the half-time whistle coming just moments later.
Dibble denied Scott Boden after the break before the match turned when Armson was sent off for leading with an elbow when jumping for the ball on 64 minutes.
Nuneaton, without a win in six and hurting from a 5-0 hammering at Dover, gave a debut to keeper Christian Dibble, on loan from Barnsley.
Clearly, Harty's story is complex and many-sided, and Jeremy Dibble, who has published biographies of Hubert Parry, Charles Villiers Stanford, and John Stainer, brings considerable experience to the tricky work of untangling its various strands.
The dying man had been forced to catch two buses to a vital hospital appointment after Dibble stole his number plates to put on a stolen car.