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blob

(blɑb)
1. n. a fool; an oaf. Don’t be a blob. Get up and get going.
2. n. a useless dishrag of a person; a wimp. I’m amazed that blob can tie his own shoes.
3. n. a very fat person. What a blob! Must have been kicked out of Fat Watchers.
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JUBILEE TROUT LAKES 01388 772611 / DL2 2UH Trout have been chasing fry, and anglers have been catching on Snakes, Bunny Leech, Bloodworm and Blobs.
Lyman-alpha Blobs (LABs) are gigantic clouds of hydrogen gas that can span hundreds of thousands of light-years and are found at very large cosmic distances.
A family approaches the pink blob, which covers a third of a picnic table's surface.
If you're thinking "this guy is weird" you should know there's more Blob lovers out there.
It is these young galaxies that make the blob so bright, scientists discovered.
By observing their target for about 15 hours with the Very Large Telescope, the team found that the light from the Lyman-alpha blob LAB-1 was polarised in a ring around the central region, and that there was no polarisation in the centre.
In Heat 3 of the Scottish Club Championships, Ardrossan angler Martin Hamilton used a Blob to take his winning five-fish limit basket, as did John Anderson senior, of Ayr, the heaviest bag winner the week before.
At the same time, the creation of large unstructured BLOBs associated with SharePoint files can significantly impact the performance of SharePoint.
Still other astronomers suspect that the glowing blob is a cloud of gas heated by a nearby supermassive black hole.
where i is the ith motion blob in frame k, and m is the number of all motion blobs in frame k.
If an anomaly is detected on only one of a series of runs, it's probably a grease blob.
A mysterious black blob attacked downtown Los Angeles on Monday with a tar-like goo that oozed from manholes, buckled a street and unmoored a Raymond Chandler-era brick building, firefighters said.