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dab·ber

 (dăb′ər)
n.
A cushioned pad used by printers and engravers to apply ink.
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dabber

(ˈdæbə)
n
1. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a pad used by printers for applying ink by hand
2. a felt-tip pen with a very broad writing point, used especially by bingo players to cancel numbers on their cards
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By Sir Dingleby Dabber.' Perhaps some one annual, of more comprehensive design than its fellows, might even contain a portrait of the mother of Lady Mulberry Hawk, with lines by the father of Sir Dingleby Dabber.
From last season's Totesport International we have Dabbers Ridge (first), Uhoomagoo (second), Gallantry (seventh), Dhaular Dhar (13th), King's Caprice (16th) and Binanti (17th).
FA VASE holders Nantwich Town notched their fourth win of their North West Counties Football League campaign when The Dabbers thrashed Atherton LR 7-1.
Wise Dennis will not want the ground to dry out too much, so is a potential drifter, while course specialist Dabbers Ridge has been well backed on five of his last six starts, so could again be the subject of plenty of support.
Richard Smith netted a late consolation goal for the Dabbers, which was not ideal planning for next week's FA Vase trip to FA Cup heroes Chasetown.
Now he will get his chance to impress in a match, as the Railwaymen take on the Dabbers in their first summer friendly.
The striker is back at Keys Park after a season with Natwich Town, where he chipped in with a dozen goals as the Dabbers reached the Northern Premier play-offs.
Comedians, performers, massive prizes and delicious food all meet under one roof at Dabbers bingo joint.
The ex-Blyth and Spennymoor Town keeper produced fine saves to deny Dabbers forwards Sean Cooke, Joe Malkin and James Lawrie.
The 1-0 victory over the Dabbers booked a third qualifying round tie at Gainsborough Trinity next weekend.
Bingo fans are encouraged to scream and shout along to the new bingo calls, cheer on the lucky winners and raise their dabbers in the air for the DJ.
Niall O'Brien took three catches and Luke Robinson got two, as the Dabbers put themselves in charge.