drube

droob

and drube (drub)
n. a dullard; an oaf. Who’s the droob standing by the punch bowl?

drube

verb
See droob
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Implementing agency : MezinEirodnE[degrees] testovEinE[degrees] drube e, stEitnE[degrees] podnik
Peter Drube, managing director of CSC's South African business commented: "This agreement is fundamental for CSC to realize its ambition to grow our business in the South Africa region.
Drube S, Maurin N, Sieberth HG: Coincidence of myasthenia gravis and antiglomerular basement membrane glomerulonephritis: a combination of two antibody-mediated autoimmune diseases on day 15.
A recent evaluation of the 24/7 Sobriety program examined test results of 4,009 participants (Loudenburg, Drube & Leonardson 2011).
Participants who were in the program for at least 30 days demonstrated a greater reduction in recidivism (Loudenburg, Drube & Leonardson 2011).
While the 24/7 Sobriety Program initially only included DUI offenders, it now includes offenders released into the community under supervision for whom substance use was a contributing factor to their illegal behavior (Loudenburg, Drube & Leonardson 2011).