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weeb

slang A non-Japanese person who has a very strong, perhaps obsessive, interest in Japanese culture and media. "Weeb" is a shortened form of "weeaboo," a word that gained popularity on the forum 4chan. Often used as a term of derision. Not every manga fan is a weeb, OK?
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Weeb Ewbank, coach of both championship teams, later recalled that in the 1959 championship game, "all we had to do was keep from going to sleep to win our second [championship] in a row" (qtd.
COACH: You mentioned your tenure at Miami of Ohio, which has been called the "Cradle of Coaches." Paul Brown, Weeb Ewbank, Ara Parsegehian, Woody Hayes, and Bo Schembechler, among others, honed their craft there.
Oral Roberts disgraced after he told his TV flock to raise $8million or God would strike them down.TheRev Charles Weeb, blackmailed over a seedy hotel threesome, was behind a Florida real estate scam.
Con ella se haran los desplegables, miches, pagina weeb ...
Corporate managers might also take a lesson from Weeb Ewbank, coach of the 1969 New York Jets.
Meanwhile, back at the Super Bowl, even the first AFL victory, by the New York Jets over the heavily favored Baltimore Colts, was organized by Weeb Ewbank, the Jets' coach who previously had worked in Baltimore.
Weeb </IR> start The Californian (1864) and he edited <IR> THE OVERLAND MONTHLY </IR> until 1870.
A 'weeb' or 'weeaboo' is a person who is not Japanese but wants to be Japanese and is obsessed with Japanese culture.
It was pretty much the system they had been using under Weeb Ewbank, who had learned it as an assistant coach under Brown!.
Max Prince Nathan Lane Val Mark Linn-Baker Kenny Victor Garber Ira Saul Rubinek Carol Peri Gilpin Milt Dan Castellaneta Harry Richard Portnow Brian Zach Grenier Lucas Mackenzie Astin Cal Weebs Colin Fox Faye Sherry Miller With: Craig Eldridge, Ardon Bess, Roy Lewis, Karyn Dwyer, Keith Knight, Steven Morel, Shannon Rowe, Irene Lopez, Samantha Espie, Robert Bidaman, Victor A.