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rub

1. Bowls an uneven patch in the green
2. 
a. Golf an incident of accidental interference with the ball
b. Informal a piece of good or bad luck
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The Kickstarter campaign will help launch the two award-winning barbecue rubs and two new barbecue sauces -- Veterans Q Sweet Heat (spicy) and Veterans Q Carolina Gold (mustard).
We see sales of sauces and rubs all year long," says Lindeman.
Novel offerings enlivening the segment include an aromatic rub from Honest Co.
However, before we go into the how-to of mock rubs and their setup, let's be sure we have a solid understanding of why the concept works.
You can create your own rubs by combining spices and flavors to please your family's taste preferences.
Grind until it becomes a powder and rub on beef or pork.
Don't worry about the size of the rubs, as early season bucks are as likely to rub pencil-thin saplings as they are fencepost-sized trees.
I define the first type as rubs that are only used once and the second type as those that deer return to multiple times a year and even over the course of several years.
Kile TL and Marchinton RL (1977) White-tailed deer rubs and scrapes: Spatial, temporal and physical characteristics and social role.
That and the fact that they typically rub against objects or body parts within reach, Dr.
Versatile and easy to use, the Rubs are ideal for adding that extra zing to food, whether you sprinkle them into soups, sauces or stir-fries or mix them with olive oil to make a delicious marinade.
The company, which launched a range of spice kits into Asda four years ago, has unveiled seven rubs that can be used in a variety of ways - for instance with olive oil as a marinade, or blended with honey as a glaze.