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gub

(ɡʌb)
n
(Peoples) offensive Austral a white man
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Berger, T., Hammerli, K., Gubber, N., Andersson, G., & Caspar, F.
(Gubber) Lippe, and lived in Webster for the past 12 years.
Dynaste, who put a legion of followers in the gubber at Cheltenham, redeemed himself in some eyes with a smart display in the Mildmay Novices' Chase.
Prolific screen favorite Mailman is ingratiating and, at times, quite hilarious; Flanagan moves stylishly, making something memorable out of a nothing role; and Lovatt movingly finds his bigger, better self as the white male "gubber" having to deal with this feisty indigenous foursome.
Charles Codona, 48, cut down 150 mature sycamore trees and 62 much older oak and sycamore trees at Gubber Hill wood near Tullibody, Clackmannanshire, on April 1 last year.
Cory Gubber, 22, of 30 Griffin Road, Charlton, charged with assault and battery, continued to March 18.
Beloved wife of her second husband the late William Keefe and William Gubber from her first marriage.
(Gubber) Shea, 90, a resident of Colony 3, passed away peacefully Friday, November 30, 2012 at Academy Manor Nursing Home, Andover.
Grandmother of Gary Dufries of Leicester, James Gubber of Worcester, the late Jeffrey Gubber, Sandra Rodominick and Marcus Mynatt.
(Gubber) Alano Faneuf, 76, died peacefully on Tuesday, March 3, 2009, at the Life Care Center of Auburn, surrounded by her children and grandchildren after a long illness.
Corey Gubber, 17, of 36 Green Farm Road, Worcester, charged with assault and battery and larceny from a person, amended from unarmed robbery, continued without a finding for 30 months, ordered to remain drug and alcohol free, to submit to random drug tests, to attend an anger management program, to stay away from Doherty Memorial High School, the victim, and the victim's family, to abide by a 11 p.m.
(Gubber) Caissie, 87, of 16 West Street, in the Cherry Valley section of Leicester, died Sunday, March 1, in Hubbard Regional Hospital in Webster, after an illness.