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blob

1. A derogatory term for someone who is stupid and cloddish. Of course he broke the vase—that guy is such a blob.
2. A derogatory term for someone who is fat or obese. I felt like a real blob before I started eating a healthier diet and working out regularly.
3. A derogatory term for someone considered a coward; a wuss or wimp. That kid's a blob—you can totally steal his lunch money.

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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He knows you know it, too, and he's fond of displacing this knowledge you both share to the level of formal self-awareness, "optimistic expectations," says the blob in one strip.
Our first challenge was to tackle The Blob, a 30ft x 9ft air-filled cushion floating on a lagoon.
"Only a sea slug called Osborne but he's as deceitful as the blob."
This effect is almost impossible to produce if light simply comes from the gas falling into the blob under gravity, but it is just what is expected if the light originally comes from galaxies embedded in the central region, before being scattered by the gas.(ANI)
All the fish took the Blob and were just two inches below the surface."
In that case, only if the blob moves very close to the star, much nearer than Mercury's distance from the sun, can the star's tidal forces remove part or all of the dense gas envelope.
The blob is thousands of light-years away from the galaxy.
Astronomer Masami Ouchi, of the Observatories of the Carnegie Institution for Science in Pasadena, Calif led the team that identified the blob. He and his colleagues think it may be a distant galaxy--a collection of stars, gas and dust--caught in the act of a feeding frenzy.
Visualize the system in terms of the 1950s classic sci-fi film The Blob. In the movie, once the Blob was released, it methodically grew from within itself and slowly but surely enveloped, smothered and killed everything and everyone it touched.
In typical applications that use blob analysis, the blob features usually calculated are area and perimeter, Feret diameter, blob shape, and location.
As the snake bites down on the blob, movements travel through the gel.
The commercials feature a large brown "amorphous" object reminiscent of the monster from the 1950s science fiction film The Blob.
The TV commercials centre on a large brown "amorphous" object described as reminiscent of the monster from the 1950s science fiction film, The Blob.
Naturally you start to stroke the blob and it suddenly expands and pulsates like the exposed viscera of a panting puppy.