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bobbly

(ˈbɒbəlɪ)
adj, -blier or -bliest
(of fabric) covered in small balls of fabric, as a result of washing and wear
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Mariyam Yasmin, 31, had an anaphylactic shock after eating a Nestle Nobbly Bobbly ice lolly at home.
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"The pitch is bobbly at the moment, that is a great leveller and Wick certainly won't be able to play their passing game on it."
They had most of the play with the bobbly pitch the biggest conspirator to thwarting their efforts and in the first period, chances fell to David Grant, DarrenWalker, David O'Brien and Ryan Weir.
The bobbly pitch was never conducive to good football, so it was no surprise all three goals were from headers.
"It was not a game for the purists with a bobbly pitch and a Leamington side which was like the land of the giants.
"It's not an easy chance when you go through one-on-one, especially when the pitch is as bobbly as it is, but he finished it really well, really calmly, so I was pleased for him.
But we talk about purpose and ruthlessness, and the back-pass is a bobbly one and it doesn't need to be.
Angry fans and pundits branded the bobbly surface a 'disgrace' and an 'embarrassment' for such a prestigious occasion.
Dyche said: "It was a really bobbly pitch, but he still made a couple of good pickups.
STEVE Bruce has explained how the bobbly Villa Park pitch prompted a long-ball approach in the 1-1 draw with Preston.
"It did not look too bad from the sidelines but when you were on there, it was very heavy and very bobbly.