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stubby

Austral slang a small bottle of beer
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There have been celebrations around the country and the many heart-rending stories of the suffragettes I think how those stubby the people to use wield have been recalled.
It features new sweptback headlamps, a floating roof, new stubby tail lights with their own LED signature, a carved out boot-lid with an integrated spoiler and new diamond cut alloy wheels.
Order the stubby doctor to bedside over her o-ring lips
The first item Olympus Offroad decided was a WJ Stubby Bumper.
Called Stubby squid, or Rossa Pacifica, the squid resembles more of a cuttlefish than a common squid found splashing in the Northern Pacific region of Japan and southern California.
We measured the wing aspect ratio, which is the ratio of the wing's length to its breadth or chord," said Lentink, who led the probe, "and saw that hummingbirds have a stubby aspect wing ratio, whereas helicopters, for example, have a slender one, which performs really well with low angles of attack, when the wings or blades are more horizontal to the ground.
It remains to be one of the great mysteries of the universe why elementary students always draw people with short stubby little legs and arms.
Maddie and best friend Stubby try calling the woman again, but she threatens them with police action.
Stubby was made an honorary sergeant and was awarded medals for his bravery by the President of the United States of America.
The dog is an allusion to the war dog, Sergeant Stubby, a hero in American newspapers during and after the war.
Your best bet may be to take short, stubby cuttings from new growth.