Dubya


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dub-dub-dub

A way of pronouncing "www" (the initialism for "World Wide Web"), as precedes an Internet address. A: "OK, so the address is dub-dub-dub dot—" B: "Hold on, let me grab a pen."

Dubya

A nickname for US President George W. Bush based on his pronunciation of his middle initial, which was often used to distinguish him from his father, George H.W. Bush. George H.W. Bush was at the ceremony, but I don't know if Dubya was there or not.

dubya-dubya-dubya

A way of pronouncing "www" (the initialism for "World Wide Web"), as precedes an Internet address. A: "OK, so the address is dubya-dubya-dubya dot—" B: "Hold on, let me grab a pen."

dub-dub-dub

and dubya-dubya-dubya
n. double-u, double-u, double-u, the letters WWW found in World Wide Web addresses. (The second version is merely a colloquial pronunciation of double-u, and neither is commonly written or printed.) Our address is dub-dub-dub dot reindeer dot com.

dubya-dubya-dubya

verb
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A drunk Dubya challenges his dad to an absurd punch-up; later he finds God, quits the booze (no AA though) and gets a governorship, having sworn never to be out-Texaned or out-Christianed after an early, bruising failure.
Saddam is also guilty of surviving the Gulf War and the 11 years of constant bombing ever since, which is more than can be said for Dubya's dad, who was voted out at the first opportunity.
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But nonetheless for sheer international long-term damage it is difficult to see anyone matching Dubya.
Come on Dubya, finish strong: You owe yourself 18 Svengali-free months.
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Even when you subtract homeland security spending, Dubya, with plenty of help from the GOP-controlled Congress, boosted nondefense discretionary spending by 23 percent during his first term.
Dave explained he wasn't going to try and nick Dubya's mushy peas at the Dun Cow.
If satire--as the saying famously goes--is what closes on Saturday night, the mystery surrounding "The Madness of George Dubya" is how this series of puerile potshots masquerading as genuine anti-Bush/Blair outrage ever made it through to Monday.
In that case George Dubya Bush is dry, brittle and difficult to swallow - a pretzel.
But she admits she was less than impressed when she met President George W Bush (Dubya) for the first time.
Josh Brolin does a deft job of bringing Dubya to life and, as the story encapsulates Bush's life from college right up until the Iraq war, he has to go through with a whole lot of hair and make-up changes, along with getting the mannerisms just right.
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DUBYA Bush has been hoist with his own petard following the admissions by al-Qaeda mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed of a vast catalogue of terrorist crimes.