jobbie

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jobbie

(ˈdʒɒbɪ)
n
a thing usually specified in the preceding part of a sentence or conversationa piece of excrement
Translations
hovínko
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3 DOG walker Andrew Pollard has been dubbed the "Poo Fairy" after voluntarily bagging 172 jobbies left by other people's pooches at a beauty spot in Huddersfield.
MICROSOFT founder Bill Gates showed off a jar of jobbies as part of his speech at the Reinvented Toilet Expo in China.
For a start, like winning the lottery, being hit by frozen jobbies that have fallen from airliners or being abducted by randy aliens; it's something that happens to other people - not you.
The bike comes with those round cheap-looking jobbies usually used for disc locks.
We had an infestation of these jackknifed jobbies. Taking the jobs off our home-grown lorries.
Lots of thatched cottages and ultra modern three-storey jobbies but every luxury home had its own private mooring.
But if you can only afford a 36in widescreen telly when all your friends have got 40in HD jobbies then the answer is either never invite them to your house or hide the TV behind a curtain and tell them you don't want it damaged by UV rays from the sun.
Jobbies Andreozzi [SiO.sub.2] 44.0 44.80 [TiO.sub.2] 0.03 n.d.
And yes, I will concede that it does look pretty, particularly if you use a thin, clear decanter and not one of those chunky and expensive cut-class jobbies usually lovingly displayed on a living rS oom sideboard.
The essential in those days was an integral head rest, not one of those jobbies you clipped over the back of the front seats and had no more neck protection than a 15th century executioner.