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Nob,

in the Bible, religious center just N of Jerusalem. Saul had its inhabitants massacred.

nob

Cribbage
1. the jack of the suit turned up
2. one for his nob the call made with this jack, scoring one point
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Nobby was perhaps the finest exponent of the dying art of committed fullon tackling ever to pull on a pair of football boots.
Nobby (below), 73, was one of the stars of England's 1966 World Cup-winningteam which beat West Germany 4-2.
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By the time she arrived, with only a small suitcase with some clothes hastily thrown into it, Nobby was in an induced coma, having undergone another operation to remove part of his skull to help the swelling on his brain decrease.
Nobby, from Tile Hill, helped oprzen the very first Coventry Winter Night Shelter, under the 'Hope of Coventry churches' banner, after taking on the project coordinator role in December.
ASIC also alleges that Nobby s has charged customers more for buying second hand vehicles on book up, which essentially amounts to payment of a fee.
Nobby - famous for his Wembley victory jig with the World Cup in one hand and his false teeth in the other - is undergoing treatment and doctors believe he can make a full recovery.
Not many people know this, but Manchester United legend Nobby Stiles, who held the Jules Rimet Trophy aloft with a very gappy grin on his face, was stitched up at Wembley back in 1966.
JAUNTY PRESENTER: And on the line now is Nobby from Hilsea.
Children at the event will be treated to four half-hour shows and will have the opportunity to meet the sheep stars, including Nobby the Norfolk Horn ram.
Highly acclaimed photographer Nobby Clark has worked with Northern Broadsides since the theatre company's first production in 1992 of Richard III.
In the services, a Clark was always called "Nobby", the same as a Miller was nicknamed "Dusty", and we had a Nobby join our group in an ancient Royal Navy shore base in Freetown, Sierra Leone, West Africa's White Man's Grave, some time in 1944.