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stubby

Austral slang a small bottle of beer
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It's disappointing because the game is so immersive, that using the stubby Move controller (or, heaven forbid, a Dualshock) is jarring, and the excellent course environments, brilliantly reliable movement tracking and vibrant visuals feel like they deserve something tailor made for VR golf.
Try this stubby 6mm cartridge and you'll never go back to anything else.
Stubby: An Unlikely Hero pays tribute to the most decorated dog in US history, who served his country for 18 months, predominantly alongside one master for 17 battles and four military campaigns.
Robert Conroy (voiced by Logan Lerman) and Stubby in the trenches of the First World War
This remarkable tale of camaraderie during bitter and bloody conflict made headlines across America and Lanni's picture concludes with photographs of the real-life Stubby and his proud handler, Robert Conroy.
Robert Conroy (voiced by Logan Lerman) Stubby in the trenches of the First World War
STUBBY: AN UNLIKELY HERO (PG) HHH HH BRAVERY on two and four legs during the First World War wags the tail of director Richard Lanni's charming if lightweight computer-animated history lesson.
The vehicle features lines all over the body, a muscular tank, tank shrouds and extensions, a rear end with an 'X' shaped tail lamp and a stubby exhaust.
Stubby: An American Hero," the titular canine doesn't just save its owner's life, but a whole Army regiment.
Orphaned at thirteen, the poorly paid, patched-clothed cowhand Stubby Pringle is now nearing twenty as he looks forward to whooping it up at the schoolhouse in the valley for the Christmas dance.
Mutations in CTSK result in impaired bone resorption consequently leading to short stature, increased bone density, recurrent fractures, stubby hands and feet with dystrophic nails, unossified fontanels, and an obtuse mandibular.
Meet Stubby, a mutt who rescued American soldiers in the trenches of WWI; Buddy, the first seeing-eye-dog; and Trakr, a search-and-rescue dog called into action on 9/11.