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kibble

[′kib·əl]
(mining engineering)
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Businessman Arthur Kibble with the controversial Alcopal tablets
Gavin Kibble picks up the Community Project Award from Andrew Didlick of Peugeot with Roisin McCourt and JD
During the dry kibble experiment, they noticed that the cats were much more active during those anticipatory times, especially those fed four meals per day and those given meals at random times.
Mr Kibble alleges he has been 'pulled over' five times since going public last August about the tablets, which are manufactured in Norway.
"It has been great that everyone is taking so much interest in Rocktails and even better that our loyal consumers can now get hold of it in more places other than just our website", said Ms Kibble.
Birmingham businessman Mr Kibble, who admitted he had been caught drink-driving in 2002, bragged on his website about Alcopal "making all the difference" if a motorist is breathalysed.
Ms Kibble, the firm's marketing director, said the expanded deal was a major step forward for the business.
"We've just finished our financial year on budget and on performance in Birmingham and if you can be on budget and on performance after the past 24 months then that is why we can go forward with some confidence." Mr Kibble, who has also been appointed as the regional director for LSH's central region, has taken over from Midlands property stalwart Terry Corns, who has retired from heading up the Birmingham office after five years in the role, although he will stay on in a consultancy capacity.
Best fish went to Keith Shires and Stuart Pickard and the Best Individual award went to Dean Kibble with 21 fish for 41lb 4oz.
MINE, ALL MINE: Elaine Kibble with her Merseyside Sport's Young Sports Person of the Year award; NOMINEES: Winner Elaine Kibble with (left to right) Smith, Baldwin, Sims, sponsor Peter Cosgrove and Riley Picture: ALAN EDWARDS code N/A