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1. a clumsy slow boat or ship
2. Informal (in rowing) a heavy wide boat used for training novice oarsmen
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On drawings, abbr. for tubing.
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Giving an outline of the facts, Insp Kennedy said farmer Sean Glynn and his brother live together at Ballyogan, Tubber, and were having lunch at their home on April 12.
It's just so sad." Talented footballer Tim, who has two younger sisters, was making the 5km cycle to Tubber National School when he was knocked down.
He knows Big Smoke football is fast and furious but the 24 year-old Tubber man feels they have nothing to fear in light of their recent league results.
However, negotiations have since broken down in that regard as Kelly and his management team now having ruled themselves out fully with Padraig Farrell from Tubber, who managed the Offaly minor team in 2013, now the most likely to take the post.
We have a nice pup called Ballymac Tubber. He's a Royal Impact-Ballymac Floss pup and is going well in trials.
A few weeks ago Co Clare contestant Alan O'Donoghue was relieved of pounds 4,000 worth of property after thieves broke into his Tubber home while he was recording the show.
The man, understood to be a non-Irish national in his 40s, was seriously injured in the singlevehicle collision on the M18 close to Tubber on the Clare/Galway border.
What transpired left me thoroughly gutted on the drive back to Tubber - but a few things need to be said.
He had planned to snatch his victim from the local village of Tubber before she went to school.
He was then tied up and dumped in a ditch on Tubber Lane, Lucan, Co Dublin, while the thugs burnt out his BMW.
Tyrone Golden Rain is poised to star in the open at Ballindenisk tomorrow for jockey Derek O'Connor, but trainer Paurick O'Connor, the rider's brother, will not be there to saddle him as he has been sidelined by a heavy fall on his home gallops in Tubber, County Galway.
"Anyone who saw unusual or suspicious behaviour or anyone with who may have been in the Tubber Lane can contact Lucan Garda station on 01 6667300."