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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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The blobs first hit the news in the early 1990s when William Schopf and colleagues from the University of California claimed the brown and black filaments were fossils.
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Castles & Kingdoms,' the first full-fledged expansion pack for Cosmic Blobs, is available today, nearly a year to the day after the launch of Cosmic Blobs software.
The blobs may mark where increased magnetic fields and particle pressure have caused kinks in the jet's flow.
The blobs are "floaters" - clumps of cells which drift in the fluid at the back of our eyes.
His work is a flowchart of representational strategies (painting, drawing, sculpture, photography) and, in a way, he uses green blobs because they are convenient body doubles for imagination.
IN THE first at Brighton on Wednesday, I had three blobs.
PARIS -- E[acute accent]Youngsters will use revolutionary Cosmic Blobs 3D graphics software to create the car of the future in contest judged by Lotus engineers and designers
The jury was impressed by the spatial and technical elan and ingenuity of the building--even those of us who do not like blobs had to admit that the form is appropriate for its function and site.
CHILDREN'S TV show Blue Peter has replaced its trademark ship with a high-tech logo made out of blobs.