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goober:

see peanutpeanut,
name for a low, annual leguminous plant (Arachis hypogaea) of the family Leguminosae (pulse family) and for its edible seeds. Native to South America and cultivated there for millenia, it is said to have been introduced to Africa by early explorers, and Africans
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Readers are left with as a message that they should not be like Titus or Goober. Even characters who win moral victories in these sorts of books still fail ultimately, because failure is instructive in demonstrating Bauman's claim that morality is far more about process than results.
St Louis headlines read, "Cards Buy a Third Dean Pitcher--And it's a Nutty Idea," and, "The Dean Brothers--Two Nuts and One Goober." (22)
Being a bird hunter doesn't require you to dress like a goober. For the pretty boy in your blind, Filson's Stryker has that cool, old-timey look, and it's functional too.
Pierce - Forrest Wayne "Goober" Pierce, 70, of Creswell, died April 1.
"Even the beaches, man--they put up all these giant hotels and only goober tourists are allowed.
That former Texas Governor John Connally, wounded by Lee Harvey Oswald in 1963, once served as King Reboog ("goober" spelled backward) in the Floresville Peanut Festival?
Meanwhile, someone labels you a "dork" or a "goober" or a "sissy" or a "weirdo," the social and emotional consequences are devastating, and you never seem to be able to shake them entirely for years to come.
(40.) Gary Brumburgh, "Mini Biography for Julia Stiles," IMDb.com; Lesley Goober, "The Hottest Chicks in Hollywood," Cosmopolitan, December 2001, 192+, MasterFILE Premier.
Songs on the album include: "John Brown's Body"; "Battle Hymn of the Republic"; "Dixie"; "Maryland, My Maryland"; "The Yellow Rose of Texas"; "The Bonnie Blue Flag"; "Upidee"; "Goober Peas"; '?all Quiet along the Potomac"; "Tenting on the Old Camp Ground"; "The Battle Cry of Freedom'; "Wait for the Wagon"; "We Are Coming Father Abram"; "The Arms of Abraham,'; "lust Before the Battle, Mother"; "Tramp, Tramp, Tramp"; "The Year of Jubilo (Kingdom Coming)"; "Wake, Nicodemus"; "Marching through Georgia"; "When Johnny Comes Marching Home"; "General Patterson"; "The Cumberland Gap"; "Somebody's Darling"; "The Conquered Banner"; and "The President's Grave" The album is an exceptional source for educators as well as Civil War enthusiasts who enjoy listening to the drums and songs of war.
Persimmon trees become plum trees although the French are familiar with "plaquemines de la virginie" as well as "plaquemines du japon." Meanwhile Frere Lapin plunders a bitter apple orchard (coloquintes) instead of a "goober patch" at a time when French farmers were fattening their hogs on groundnuts (arachides) imported from the colonial territories in French West Africa.