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n.1.A quip; a gibe.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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UAE coach quib Javed had worked hard with his batsmen, especially to adapt to the conditions in New Zealand where the ball is expected to seam a lot.
Il a salue le role joue par les specialistes de la gynecologie et l'obstetrique dans la reduction de la mortalite parmi les meres et les enfants quib vont contribuer a la realisation des Objectifs du Millenaire pour le developpement en matiere de sante, faisant allusion a la participation du Soudan dans un certain nombre de conferences scientifiques visant a developper les services des soins de sante de base et l'attention a la sante de la mere et de l'enfant.
Choc Quib Town, perhaps the country's most renowned hip-hop group, has successfully used music to insert black concerns into national consciousness.
Choc Quib Town, Oro: This group hails from Colombia's Pacific coast, but Choc Quib Town's charismatic twist on American hip-hop pushed the trio onto the margins of our global dance floor.
(One minor quib ble: the "Literature" entries are not always as comprehensive as they appear to be, and in a few cases--including In Re Con Moto et al.
(8) Example: John Simon's famous attack on Godard's films, reprinted in Private Screenings, concludes with the sarcastic quib that they have "nothing to say".
Iene.'.(6) It is true that when Arnisaeus records Wigand's agreement with divorce in cases of cruelty his abbreviation appears to suggest some other work: 'quib. subscribit VVigand.
We practised with the UAE Under-19 team as our coach quib Javed was also busy with them.