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nob·by

 (nŏb′ē)
adj. nob·bi·er, nob·bi·est
Fashionable; stylish.

[From nob.]

Nobby

Elegant or stylish.
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lt;B Stephen Goodman, Nobby Clarke, Ian Parry, Juliet Phillips-James and Cdr Steve Fry
Barrie Rutter, as the libidinous Sir John Falstaff, tries his luck with the ladies in Northern Broadsides' production of William Shakespeare's The Merry Wives, which is on stage at the Liverpool Playhouse until Saturday Picture: NOBBY CLARKE
Additional signatories include: Lynne Adams, Secretary, The Coventry German Circle Nobby Clarke, Project Coordinator, Coventry Winter Night Shelter Gavin Kibble, Coventry Foodbank Geoffrey Robinson MP Dr Abdullah Shehu, Chair, Coventry Muslim Forum
Ray recalls that his name was Nobby Clarke and he met him with his equipment at the base of the scaffolding.
His uncle, welder Nobby Clarke, 37, from Lichfield, said: "I'm wounded.
Gun crime and gang warfare were a fact of life in the back streets, exemplified here by a gun battle that puts alcoholic, 15-year-old gang leader Nobby Clarke (Alfie Allen) in hospital with a bullet through his thigh.
The Rollers were formed in 1970 by vocalist Nobby Clarke, guitarists John Devine and Eric Faulkner, bassist Alan Longmuir and drummer Derek Longmuir.
A riotous scene from the Northern Broadsides production of The Merry Wives, which is on stage at the Liverpool Playhouse until Saturday Picture: NOBBY CLARKE
Coventry Winter Night Shelter project co-ordinator Nobby Clarke said: "We work in partnership with the city council and the Salvation Army.
Nobby Clarke, project co-ordinator at Coventry Winter Night Shelter, said: "Landlords are reluctant to trust that rents will get paid if either those on JSA get sanctioned (and they do quite easily), or in the case of NR, where they can't find work.
In the series, one of the main characters is Nobby Clarke, a 15-year-old alcoholic.