gub


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gub

(ɡʌb)
n
(Peoples) offensive Austral a white man
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The alliance's initial focus will be on selling the solutions in retail banking area comprising Intellect GUB 10.0, Intellect Cards and Intellect Consumer Finance.
Celtic moved to within a point of Aberdeen at the QUOTE OF THE DAY 'Houston should shut his gub.
The pounds 5million drama has been written by Cracker creators Jimmy McGovern and Gub Neal for the BBC and will be filmed entirely in Romania, where production has just begun.
As soon as the peerless Lineker handed over the reins to the Beeb's match commentator for the second rounder between the Koreans and Italy, he was off: "Gub chun kow wi long fang puk bing ..." And so on.
'Charlie Nicholas was right in saying Rangers need four more quality players to compete with Celtic and I'm worried they will gub us by four clear goals.
The Japanese star was missing the head bandage favoured by the Govan gub but his new look might have been inspred by the fact he fears a rough ride in La Liga.
The Anglo-Teutonic producer-distrib announced last week that it is acquiring a 24.9% stake in Britain's Box TV, the production company of former Channel 4 drama chief Gub Neal.
And everywhere I am greeted with the traditional Gaelic cry of: "Hey English, we're going to gub you in the footie!"
That'll be the same "intellectual property" that's about to be shoved down my gub.
IT USED to mean challenging a rival to a duel but when Greece keeper Antonis Nikopolidis skelped a referee in the gub with his gloves last weekend he was simply telling him he sucked.
I predict your children will refuse to touch it after falling in love with Gub Gub.