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stubby

Austral slang a small bottle of beer
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The Coolside(TM) approach leaves one side of the stubby empty, so that even with the user pressing the antenna to the head, there is no near or direct contact, because of the extra separation.
Countless lives were saved because of Stubby's heroic actions," said Richard Lanni, Executive Producer of Stubby -- an American Hero.
This could also be the reason as to why insects and hummingbirds have very similar stubby wings and chord length, Lentink said, adding that the study, published in Britain' s Journal of the Royal Society Interface, can help aerodynamic research.
Next, we do a quick drawing using the side of the stubby oil pastels to fill in the form of the model.
But in this post-war novel, there is another possible source: America's celebrated war dog, Sergeant Stubby, who died 16 March 1926, and was then stuffed and mounted preparatory to being placed in the American Red Cross Museum in Washington, D.
And while America, at first, did not use dogs, except to utilise a few hundred from the Allies for specific missions, it's the story of Sgt Stubby that was to pave the way for things change.
Then carefully melt old candles (or light the end of a stubby candle) and drip some wax on the tubes that have been placed on waxed paper or something that will protect your counter top.
The trick is where to position yourself on the stubby wings.
London, June 24 ( ANI ): A Chinese Crested dog has been named the world's ugliest canine for his crooked whiskers, stubby snout and near-hairless torso.
and Hooded Mergansers' stubby wings may flick across areas of
He is described as white, about 30, of large build with a stubby beard.
But who Lord Sugar points a stubby finger at and says, "You're hired