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dweeb

(dwib)
1. n. an earnest student. (Collegiate.) Don’t call Bob a dweeb! Even if he is one.
2. n. a strange or eccentric person; a nerd. This place is filled with dweebs of all sizes.
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And the intrepid explorers, known only as Dweeb and Raddog, returned from their escapades with some fascinating photographs of the culveted River Sherbourne.
Perhaps unsurprisingly Dweeb, himself an engineer by trade, has a problem with that.
Dweeb visits derelict factories all over the country but hasn't done much in Coventry or Warwickshire.
Dweeb swept the awards in the first heat a few weeks ago, and here are 10 more Coventry bands competing to join them in the next phase.
Maybe there's some overlooked character actor from the '30s or an obscure author of cowboy pulp fictions from yesteryear with the same name as this pseudo-sideline sportscaster whose only quasi-claim to fame is irritating the heck out of Pete Rose on national television, this no-trick donkey who was ushered into the spotlight back in the early '80s as a practical joke when then-Los Angeles Rams running back Eric Dickerson burned the local media by using this unknown dweeb as a puppet to announce his trade to Indianapolis, thus launching an otherwise annoying broadcasting career.
And what kind of company dweeb takes the time to decide which tune he's going to play today?
rounding on delusional dweeb Michael Lewis and snarling: "See if you can keep your mouth shut for one minute.
They're ably supported by fellow local veterans Jesus Deluxe alongside newer pups Dweeb and The Escape.
National Security Agency dweeb hireling Jake Foley (Christopher Gorham), after an unfortunate encounter with nanotechnology, accrues such great powers and the ability to interface with computers that the NSA makes him an agent.
And White Town's recent No1, Your Woman, was knocked out by computer dweeb Jyoti Mishra on second-hand gear - at a of cost less than a grand.
SPEAKING of Dweeb, fresh from opening the bill at the Nags, they headline tomorrow at the Jailhouse, in Much Park Street, Coventry.
This is the story of two orphans turned con-men - computer dweeb Stuart Townsend and motormouth American Dan Futterman - who try to scam themselves enough cash to buy a stately home, meeting medical student Kate Beckinsale on the way.
On hand to provide us with the "inside gossip" was bearded dweeb Jack Osbourne, who sensationally revealed: "Apparently, Jenny has hurt her breasts.
While Jacobson doesn't excuse Dahmer's horrific actions - as Renner plays him, the guy is consistently creepy in an aggressive dweeb kind of way - he always goes for empathy with the character, and sometimes comes unforgivably close to presenting Dahmer as a kind of gay transgressive icon.
Todd McFarlane, the creator of that creepy ``Spawn'' comic book series, showed he wasn't a complete dweeb when he outbid everyone for Mark McGwire's 70th home run ball from the 1998 season for a cool $2.