dibbs


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dibbs

(dɪbz)
n
money
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He's got the dibbs, he has, and where do you think he is at this moment?
"Consistency is the problem, but luckily for us Dibbs got down and got his big hand to the ball.
Sheila Dibb told the jury she stopped bringing her children to selectmen's meetings after the calls.
Ray Dibbs In a statement she said: "Ray was a loving partner.
From concerts and sporting events, to theater and wine tastings and everything in between." commented Scott Armstrong of Dibbs International.
Situated just outside Mullingar, County Westmeath, Dibbs is a cattle farmer and keeps ten broodmares at his Clintown House Stud.
Director Dibbs sometimes lets his documentary background show through and allows the scenes to lose focus.
E: It's just we've never even been there, but Dibbs and E&A, that's their joint I guess.
The letters also suggest that Dibbs, a strong man, was sustained in his strength, behind the scenes, by a supportive Governor, who clearly dropped in private any pretence of impartiality.
Law fim Dibb Luppton Alsop is to merge with the Scottish practice of Bird Semple.
The link between the two is the County Westmeath breeder Martin Dibbs, responsible for both Comply Or Die and Ballyvoge, the horse upon whom Dobbin bowed out on in winning fashion yesterday.
Sir George Dibbs, a robust, Australian-born patriot, thrice premier of New South Wales in the years before federation, has not enjoyed a good press.