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jube

(ˈdʒuːbɪ)
n
1. (Architecture) a gallery or loft over the rood screen in a church or cathedral
2. (Architecture) another name for rood screen
[C18: from French jubé, from opening words of Medieval Latin prayer Jube, Domine, benedicere Bid, Lord, a blessing; probably from the deacon's standing by the rood screen or in the rood loft to pronounce this prayer]

jube

(dʒuːb)
n
informal Austral and NZ any jelly-like sweet
[C20: shortened from jujube]
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"O dear sir!" answered Benjamin, interrupting him, " Infandum, regina, jubes renovare dolorem .
Jubes came out of the blocks strongly and could have been well clear in the early stages.
(11) Bess here closely parallels the preamble to Aeneas' tale to Dido in the Aeneid, book 2, "Infandum regina jubes renovare dolorem" ("O queen, you bid [me] renew an unspeakable grief'), and the Virgilian echo is reinforced when Spencer, thinking that Bess has turned against him, laments that "I could be a new Sinon and betray / A second Troy, rather then suffer this" (part 2, sig.
Jubes Family Restaurant held a fundraiser last year to help Michael and his family make it to South Korea for the competition.
Use candies--hard clear types, jelly beans, gum drops, ju jubes, and marshmallows as snacks.
A BIG ROUND: (Below, from left) John Nedge, David Jubes, Sunny Mangar, Alex Mardy, Ben Duncun, Vinay Taylor, Chris Papanistio, Jez Franklin, Gareth Drake, Will Barber, Max Gautier, Imar Nandha, Adam Allwood, Pave Mann, Bev Cordle and Andrew Michael
Peter--Infandum, regina, jubes renovare dolorem--expresses his awareness of the possibility of the extermination of cultures.
It traces New Zealand post-war history by way of its popular culture and distinctive economic forms from the 1950s of corner dairies (hard jubes, chocolate pineapple chunks, pink coconut-ice bars, toffee milks and pearly white bottle chews) through to the ersatz-Spanish stucco of the '70s nouveau-riche and the space parlour extravagance of the 1980s.
Gregg Irwin netted in the first half for Jubes, who were indebted to custodian Liam Blair for a vital penalty save in the second period to preserve their lead.
A penalty from Scott Jacobsen 10 minutes later ensured the win for Jubes, who will face Gosforth Bohemian Reserves for the Shield.