wobbler


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Related to wobbler: Wobbler syndrome
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something that wobbles

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Who amongst us can honestly say they haven't taken time off work on account of a Bush Wobbler before?
It's up to him and his offbeat friends, Wobbler, Bigmac, and Yo-less, to help save the cemetery, and that's what they bravely set out to do.
Ironically, Countess Diana was put down in Lexington at the end of last month due to wobbler syndrome.
The 37-yard wobbler, which sent the orange-clad half of the 93,468 in attendance into a frenzy, brought to a close a spirited game that saw 16 Rose Bowl records set and three lead changes in the final five minutes.
SADIE Frost recently threw a right wobbler over an interview she gave to Tonight With Trevor MacDonald.
During a recent theft of computers at Georgetown University, one computer, the only one with an alarm installed, the Wobbler, was saved.
Tenders are invited for Work contract for overhauling of wobbler feeder installed for chp-ii, 1x500 mw unit, Khaperkheda tps.
There is also a quarterly shelf wobbler and neck coupon promotion slated.
If mine throw a wobbler, they go under my arm and straight to the car.
On hearing the news, Kat Slater threw a wobbler at her dad shrieking "you're not my father".
He threw a wobbler because no lackey with a brolly turned out to protect him from the rain at Heathrow.
But millions of viewers saw Sharon throw a wobbler as the 25-year-old failed to impress as he fought to get through the first phase of boot camp.
COUNTESS DIANA, runaway winner of the 1997 Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies, has been put down after unsuccessful surgery for the neurological condition known as wobbler syndrome.
Whitley Wobbler, Milk of Amnesia and Devil's Water were on the menu for lovers of real ale on Tyneside.