Dobie


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dobie

(ˈdəʊbɪ)
n
marijuana

Do•bie

(ˈdoʊ bi)

n.
(James) Frank, 1888–1964, U.S. folklorist, educator, and author.
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Bernard Dobie, 27, of Simonswood Lane, Kirkby, was an Irish Guards infantryman and received the Operational Service Medal for Afghanistan.
MAKING COLOR SING, 25th Anniversary Edition: Practical Lessons in Color and Design, by Jeanne Dobie.
SCOTT Dobie holds the dubious distinction of being the only man to score an Albion winner against Stoke in the league during the last two decades.
The taxi driver had stopped on Heaton Road in Newcastle to drop off passengers but the driver refused to pick up Dobie and his friends.
In an Eastenders' sweepstake at the Glass Centre, Dobie took the longest bag consisting of 22 fish for 649cm - an average of 29.
Paul David Williams and Barry Dobie were both arrested in November last year as part of Operation Justice.
BORO handed trialist Luke Dobie his chance in the reserves' game against Hull City at the Riverside this afternoon.
SCOTT DOBIE netted his first goal for St Johnstone as he helped the Perth side stay on track for another Hampden visit with an easy win over Morton.
Scott Dobie saw a header saved by Alex McCarthy before Carlisle pulled a goal back when Terrell Forbes brought down Dobie in the box.
SCOTT DOBIE ended Leeds' club record of 15 league home wins in a row with a dramatic second-half equaliser.
An investigation into Jennifer Dobie also revealed another pounds 115,000 had gone missing from a single branch.
Scott Dobie scored the winner in the second half just minutes after missing a sitter, while Andy Johnson and Stoke captain John Eustace were sent off after a fifth minute altercation and Stoke were reduced to nine men when Marcus Hall was shown a straight red card for a tackle from behind on Dobie with 16 minutes remaining.