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chub(by)

n. an erection. (Usually objectionable.) He always gets a chubby when he doesn’t need it and never when he does.

chub

verb
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Fish and Wildlife Service finalizes the proposal it announced Tuesday to remove the Oregon chub from the protection of the Endangered Species Act, the chub will join the alligator and the eagle in the select group of species that have rebounded from the brink of extinction thanks to state, federal and private efforts.
Charles & Chubs Pet Furnishings is a startup company with a vision of creating unique pet furniture that not only allow your pet to sleep in style but also makes for a decorative piece in your home.
99, while the one-pound package of chubs has a suggested retail price of $3.
Notropis rubricroceus was reported by Outten (1958) to form spawning groups over the nests of river chubs (Nocomis micropogon) in North Carolina.
Diminished waterflows through several national parks are impeding the recovery of the humpback chub.
Webbox chubs are easy to open - just cut through them with a knife and they're ready to serve.
The bad news is tens of thousands of tui chub have taken up residence in Lemolo Lake - where they where flushed when Diamond Lake was lowered before chemical treatment to rid it of chub.
Shapiro Farmers Market, an Augusta processing plant, is voluntarily recalling 54,000 pounds of ground beef in various packages and chubs.
With the chubs gone, water quality and the trout fishery rebounded quickly last year, and Diamond Lake is again one of the top trout lakes in the Cascade mountains.
If the lake is eventually treated with chemicals, Loomis said it will be important to remove as many chubs as possible beforehand.
Scientists blame the algae blooms on the chubs, which are eating zooplankton that would normally graze on the algae.
Based on the zoning decision on 24/11/2010 to be realized with the founding function for the city chub a flood protection system consisting of an aboveground flood protection wall and a subterranean cut-off wall.
Mohave Tui Chub (Gila bicolor mohavensis) This fish originally occurred in Nevada's Mojave River and its adjacent natural lakes.