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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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Dave Whitehead took seven fish on an Orange Blob fished static on a sinking line.
amp;nbsp;The red giant is also obscured every 17 years when one of the blobs passes in front of it from Earth's perspective.
This would give rise to the Lyman-alpha Blob we see.
My other big blob, Cotton Mill, is next, at Fakenham, but he's 4-1 on, which is a step too far.
MOVIE The Blob gave Hollywood legend Steve mcQueen, left, his first leading role in 1958
Lyman-alpha blob 1 (LAB-1) is so far away that its light has taken 11.
But the power source for their extreme luminosity, and the precise nature of the blobs, has remained unclear.
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.
Using the bombs to get rid of extra blobs is great, but you have to be careful you don't take out any chains before you detonate them," Ms Gunter adds.
Astronomer Masami Ouchi, of the Observatories of the Carnegie Institution for Science in Pasadena, Calif led the team that identified the blob.
Not only are there more blobs of gum than there are in Cathedral Square, but one has also to navigate the putrid morass of food cartons and empty (sometimes) drinks containers, along with the increasing piles of cigarette ends, ash and discarded packets that proliferate in the entrances to the various places of entertainment.
the proposed paradigm distinguishes between real world objects; extracts image regions such as motion blobs and color patches that embody the hierarchical feature extraction; and abstracts object descriptions, which we refer to as meta objects that denote real world objects.
The software distinguishes between grease blobs and structural defects by keeping track of anomalies and the precise location at which they are detected.