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gybe

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an instance of gybing
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Unrepentant Katie yesterday refused to apologise and tweeted a new fat jibe aimed at Coleen, 49.
However, I would like to pose the question to Ms Roberts as to whom she feels is more suited to public office, a politician like myself who seeks to expose the failings of his political opponents by way of the occasional jibe or one who feels that it is acceptable to use foul language at a police officer for simply carrying out his duties?
Jibes about class are surely acts of desperation, signs that there is no better criticism to hurl at an opponent.
lt;p>Reller's statement jibes with Microsoft's recent profits for Windows, which, while down, remain huge.
Rosemary Thomson, Wishaw, Lanarkshire JIBES like this don't do dutiful police officers any favours.
THOSE black football players like Cardiff City striker Jay Bothroyd, who agonise over racist chants and monkey jibes, should ask their coach to invest in an old film of America's greatest black sprinter Jesse Owens in Nazi Germany in 1936 where he let his skills do the talking.
RICKY PONTING has revealed how the "Dad's Army" jibes spurred on Australia to regain the Ashes as quickly as possible and prove they were not a team on the wane.
3) Make two complete 360 degree turns in the same direction, including two tacks and two jibes.
Tired of hearing jibes from the guys ("When are you going to do an issue on us?
Our staff and students have a very profitable relationship with your profession and it is always insulting to be the object of such jibes.
The strategic move by Albertsons also jibes with the current trend of having ``stores within stores''; for example, Lempert said some supermarkets have Starbuck's cafes on site.
No silly jibes, nor point-scoring against each other, just interesting and relevant information.