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Synonyms for dibble

a wooden hand tool with a pointed end

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plant with a wooden hand tool

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make a hole with a wooden hand tool

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Of more concern to Dibble right now is Wrexham's current perilous league position.
Dibble, who was brought to Wrexham as an able understudy to Chris Dunn, only made his debut a fortnight ago, the senior of the duo straining his groin in the warm-up ahead of the clash at Maidstone.
Dibble only came into the side against Maidstone United on August 19, after an injury to number one Chris Dunn, and he saved a penalty in the 2-1 defeat.
After nearly three minutes delay while Smith and Carrington trudged off, Dibble dived to his right to make a brilliant one-handed stop from Pigott, who he subsequently thwarted on three further occasions as Maidstone looked to finish the game off.
Chorley may not have tested Dibble all that often, but they were the ones playing on the front foot while Nuneaton looked lacklustre and void of any ideas going forward.
A man down, there was no way back for Boro and in the final minutes the hosts made sure of the points, when Dibble allowed Lois Maynard's header to slip through his hands and into the net.
Chester made a bright start with Craig Mahon curling wide and Dibble saving a scuffed John Rooney shot before the home side went closest when Anton Brown's overhead hook rolled past the post on seven minutes.
Harty took great pains to maintain his privacy, and given the lack of information about his formative years, Dibble can be commended for refraining from the worst kind of psychobiography.
Dibble was jailed for a total of six years and eight months at Cardiff Crown Court where a letter he had written to one devastated victim was also read out.
Professor Dibble said: "People clearly enjoyed singing it together in church, at meetings and at The Last Night of the Proms, so much so that we've forgotten Parry's original intention of a solo beginning.
But research by Durham University musicologist Professor Jeremy Dibble has revealed that Parry intended for the first verse of the song was originally supposed to be performed by one lone singer.
Summary: Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs Elizabeth Dibble, who completed her visit to Lebanon Thursday.
Philo Dibble, the highest-ranking US official de voted full time to Iran policy, died suddenly this month of a heart attack.
A team led by Harold Dibble, a curator at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, unearthed the child's skull and upper body in Morocco last year.