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knight

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the new sounds added by dubbing

give a nickname to

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raise (someone) to knighthood

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Markus Dirk Dubber, Victims in the War on Crime 21 (2002) (emphasis added).
Importantly, Dubber notes that although the policing regime is non-criminal in its essence, it masquerades as a criminal process:
John Dubber (below), who is originally from the area, fought off strong competition to obtain the coveted top job.
He said another dubber, Michael Chevalier had played just a handful of parts in a 50-year career in which he was famed as the voice of Charles Bronson, Omar Sharif and Richard Harris.
MARKUS DIRK DUBBER, THE POLICE POWER: PATRIARCHY AND THE FOUNDATIONS OF AMERICAN GOVERNMENT, at xii (2005) (quoting 4 WILLIAM BLACKSTONE, COMMENTARIES ON THE LAWS OF ENGLAND 162 (1769).
17) Dubber, G Teachers and librarians working together with resource based learning: the challenges and the difficulties Public library journal 4(5) 1989 pp111-116
THERE'S a three-way split for the pounds 500 weekly prize in our pounds 50,000 Fantasy Football competition between Brian Lear of Bedworth, Coventry, with his team, Dubber United, Mrs L.
Sam Welch, Bob Evans, Terry Wallace, Marty Rabeno, Jim Blair, Mike Dubber and several others had superb examples of the engravers' art on display.
A dubber takes the master tape of a production and copies it to other tapes.
Big Screen Entertainment Group's (OTC:BSEG) new casual game, "Rubber Dubber," has picked up another major distribution partnership through Oberon Games.
DUBBER AGNES July 1, 2015 (It's nice out there, the last words you said, maybe Mam you'd seen ahead.
As well as Chris, the Glasgow band features schoolfriends Jamie Dubber on bass and Ryan Clark on drums.
Chris Duffin, David Bishop and Dubber Richards had all bowled in internationals in the past but they didn't venture into the box due to the years of top-flight deliveries taking their toll on middle-aged joints.
In this work for legal scholars, lawyers, and judges, editors Fernandez and Dubber (law, University of Toronto) present 11 essays examining the legal treatise as a genre in its own right.