DOB

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DOB

abbr.
date of birth

DOB

or D.O.B. or d.o.b.,

date of birth.

dob


Past participle: dobbed
Gerund: dobbing

Imperative
dob
dob
Present
I dob
you dob
he/she/it dobs
we dob
you dob
they dob
Preterite
I dobbed
you dobbed
he/she/it dobbed
we dobbed
you dobbed
they dobbed
Present Continuous
I am dobbing
you are dobbing
he/she/it is dobbing
we are dobbing
you are dobbing
they are dobbing
Present Perfect
I have dobbed
you have dobbed
he/she/it has dobbed
we have dobbed
you have dobbed
they have dobbed
Past Continuous
I was dobbing
you were dobbing
he/she/it was dobbing
we were dobbing
you were dobbing
they were dobbing
Past Perfect
I had dobbed
you had dobbed
he/she/it had dobbed
we had dobbed
you had dobbed
they had dobbed
Future
I will dob
you will dob
he/she/it will dob
we will dob
you will dob
they will dob
Future Perfect
I will have dobbed
you will have dobbed
he/she/it will have dobbed
we will have dobbed
you will have dobbed
they will have dobbed
Future Continuous
I will be dobbing
you will be dobbing
he/she/it will be dobbing
we will be dobbing
you will be dobbing
they will be dobbing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been dobbing
you have been dobbing
he/she/it has been dobbing
we have been dobbing
you have been dobbing
they have been dobbing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been dobbing
you will have been dobbing
he/she/it will have been dobbing
we will have been dobbing
you will have been dobbing
they will have been dobbing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been dobbing
you had been dobbing
he/she/it had been dobbing
we had been dobbing
you had been dobbing
they had been dobbing
Conditional
I would dob
you would dob
he/she/it would dob
we would dob
you would dob
they would dob
Past Conditional
I would have dobbed
you would have dobbed
he/she/it would have dobbed
we would have dobbed
you would have dobbed
they would have dobbed
References in periodicals archive ?
The intelligence officer used force computers to access restricted police information, which he passed on to drug dealer Asa Dobbing, who was a friend from childhood.
Dobbing, 38, was jailed for 15 years for drugs offences and aiding and abetting Christie.
The intelligence officer used force computers to access restricted police information, which he passed on to his drug dealer Asa Dobbing, who was a friend from childhood.
And his brother Aidan Dobbing, 33, was locked-up for 14 years after he was convicted of conspiracy to supply class A drugs.
Daredevil James Dobbing, 35, climbed onto roofs and smashed through tiles and ceilings to steal thousands of pounds of cigarettes.
Northumbria Police DC Gary Christie used force computers to access restricted police information to pass to his childhood friend Asa Dobbing, a gang ringleader who flooded the North East with millions of pounds' worth of cocaine.
Northumbria Police DC Gary Christie used force computers to access restricted police information to pass to his childhood pal Asa Dobbing, a gang ringleader who flooded the North East with millions of pounds worth of cocaine.
xxx Doak NATALIE happy mothers day to my lovely mammy lots of love and kisses Lola Grace xx DOBBING AMY Love you Mam.
Teesside Crown Court was told how a gang allegedly led by brothers Asa and Aidan Dobbing of Sunderland changed tack after two members were caught transporting Class A drugs.
The 10 people charged with conspiracy to supply Class A drugs are Asa Dobbing, 35, of Ryhope Grange Court, in Sunderland; Aidan Dobbing, 30, of Revelston Close, Doxford Park, Sunderland; Leanne Mariner, 31, of Bonners Raff, in Sunderland; Jamie Lee Malloy, 25, of Saint Oswins Street, in South Shields; April Ellen Hunter, 19, of Little Bedford Street in North Shields; Iain Potts, 27, of Cavendish Place, in Sunderland; Kevin Dudley, 39, of Hadrian Road, Jarrow; Simon Peter Loomes, 40, of Windsor Road in Buckinghamshire; Victoria Carter, 24, of Saint Oswins Street, in South Shields and Christopher Catchpole, 47, of Jack Lawson Terrace, Wheatley Hill, County Durham.
James Dobbing caused as much as pounds 10,000 damage and could have killed himself at the Wellington Square Shopping Centre in Stockton.
Alexander Dobbing and Wayne Bruce were jailed for a combined total of more than 11 years at Durham Crown Court yesterday.