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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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Because some chubs do remain in the weed beds during the night, a total population count is not yet available.
And the salmon were still only 10 to 12 inches long - not really big enough to be major predators on chubs.
chubs, the most popular ground beef portion size for consumers, with confidence that shoppers will know their voices are being heard by Cargills beef team, continued Blick-White.
The outcome has been a boon to the Chihuahua chub (Gila nigrescen) and Chiricahua leopard frog (Lithobates chiricahuensis)--two federally endangered animals native to the Mimbres watershed.
6 Shoal Chubs per each 350 m trawling sample, 2010-2014, respectively (Table 1).
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.
Our Old Chub believers have been begging us to slap a dozen Chubs in a box," Katechis says, "we want to keep our congregation satisfied.
The next river reach down to Prado Dam (27 km) with lower gradient, overwhelmingly shifting sand substrate, increased turbidity, and dampened fluctuation in flow, lacks arroyo chubs.
ABSTRACT--The saffron shiner (Notropis rubricroceus) has been most commonly described as a nest associate of chubs in the genus Nocomis.
Chubs also need relatively warm water, but some of their normative competitors, such as brown trout, thrive in the cold water that is released from dams.
We examine the influence of biological interactions and interannual variation in climate on the size structure and trophic interactions between age-0 largemouth bass (Micropterus salmoides) and age-0 creek chubs (Semotilus atromaculatus) along a lake-stream gradient in northern Minnesota, USA.
Great -tasting Webbox chubs come in handy, sausage-shaped packs in a selection of popular varieties.