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a three-dimensional shape with six square or rectangular sides

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the product of three equal terms

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any of several tropical American woody plants of the genus Lonchocarpus whose roots are used locally as a fish poison and commercially as a source of rotenone

a block in the (approximate) shape of a cube

raise to the third power

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cut into cubes

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Shain Cuber was recently listed as one of the best New Jersey plastic surgeons by Inside New Jersey Magazine.
How can a line-up of David Sanborn on alto, Michael Brecker on tenor, Ronnie Cuber on baritone, Randy on trumpet and the great James Brown sideman Fred Wesley on trombone fail to get the blood pumping?
Since most Americans are staying at their jobs longer, they don't want to give away their age through their looks, said Cuber.
The old guard in the band - John Stubblefield, Frank Lacy, Ronnie Cuber, Alex Foster - are still running the show and ensure that marvellous mix of strict organisation and threatened chaos which makes Mingus's music the magical thing it is.
It seemed as though Reuben Wilson's Masters Of Groove (with Bernard 'Pretty' Purdie and Grant Green Jr) couldn't be bettered, but Dr Lonnie Smith helped by the hulking baritone emissions of saxophonist Ronnie Cuber, sent the masses into a dervish-dancing frenzy.
Knights goes home with $3,500, a trophy and best of all - the knowledge that he is the fastest cuber in the world.
Players also help Strawberry fight the mysterious Sour Berries while working unusual tools such as the Whip Cream gun and the Ice Cuber to overcome obstacles in the games.
Currently, The Guinness Book of World Records 2003 names American Minh Thai as the world's fastest cuber at 22.
Founded in 1975 by Don Schlitten, Xanadu released over 200 vinyl albums by jazz legends like Al Cohn, Dexter Gordon, Sonny Criss, Barry Harris, Jimmy Raney, Sam Noto, Ronnie Cuber, Charles McPherson, Sam Most, Tal Farlow, Red Rodney and many others.
Cuber will play an integral part in Boomerang's new analysis module by enabling ad-hoc reporting and the graphical representation of expense data.