glibbery

glibbery

(ˈɡlɪbərɪ)
adj
slippery; untrustworthy
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Thieves broke into the Shire Oak garden of Tom and Penny Glibbery, near Brownhills, snatching a mountain bike and their beloved chickens Lavender, Gloria and Hetty.
ENERGY EXPERTS: Pupils from Charter Primary School's eco council are monitoring the solar panels (left-right) Amy Cross, Lewis Glibbery, Adam Sariman, Latoya Aboagye, Kian Metcalf, Angel Pattison and Alexi Cockerill HOT STUFF: The new panels
The original report of a leak to Hull came from a former contra mercenary, Peter Glibbery.
Pug owner Penny Glibbery arranged the fund-raising charity walk.
Andrew Kevin Glibbery, 31, of Freeburn Causeway, Canley, Coventry, driving with excess alcohol, fined pounds 250, banned from driving for 18 months and a drink-drive course accepted.
Glibbery recalled Hull explaining, "We can give them a few excuses for American intervention.
Workers Health Wayne Glibbery Health & safety training,
Andy Glibbery, 30, of Canley, an unemployed customer services worker said: "Yes, she is probably one of them - she always looks like she has made an effort.
Two of the mercenaries, Steven Carr of the United States and Peter Glibbery of Britain, said they had been flying arms supplied by right-wing Florida Cubans to an air base in El Salvador.
Two soldiers of fortune, Peter Glibbery and Steven Carr, who say they worked under Hull, told us that he discussed with them several schemes to provoke direct U.