Quob

(kwǒb)
v. i.1.To throb; to quiver.
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To ensure the continuation of their culture, the sisters became founding members of a program called Kootamiara Quob (Healing together strong).
As well as reinforcing and continuing Aboriginal traditions, the Kootamiara Quob program also aims to help participants deal with "child sexual abuse, domestic violence, substance abuse, and cultural oppression," (28) atrocities which Dowling and her sister experienced firsthand; after their white father abandoned them at birth, their uncle Robert sexually abused them.
In the discussion of Gawain, the description of the Green Knight as 'a demonic, beheaded-but-still-living wild man, driven by a witch's lust for mortal revenge' rides roughshod over the balanced ambiguity of the text itself, as does the rendering of the Knight's challenge, 'quob be hapel', as 'howled the hobgoblin'.