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TUB, measures. In mercantile law, a tub is a measure containing sixty pounds weight of tea; and from fifty-six to eighty-six pounds of camphor. Jacob's Law Dict. h.t.

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She said: "I did watch Teletubbies when my children were growing up and I remember Tubby Toast and Tubby Custard very well.
HOPEFULS: Tubby Boy (top) and Fantasia Weird and wonderful Weird and wonderful As season nine of the talent show gets under way, the judges say it's the unexpected acts that will win their votes As season nine of the talent show gets under way, the judges say it's the unexpected acts that will win their votes
Michael Ball and Imelda Staunton are perfect in the lead roles of Tubby and Enid, two of those former
When Tubby hears the choir's iconic recording of Nymphs And Shepherds, he is overwhelmed by nostalgia and casts his mind back to 1929.
I was not as thrilled," laughs musicals superstar Michael Ball, who plays - you've guessed it - Tubby in the 90-minute drama written and directed by Victoria Wood.
Tubby And Enid is an adaptation of the BAFTA-winning writer Victoria Wood's stage play That Day We Sang.
is that reunites of at the reunion A choir member aged insurance Tubby, a middle-after salesman who is struggling the death of his mother.
Tubby would pick up bottles in his mouth, crush them, and then bring them to Gilmore, who'd put them in the recycling bin.
King developed his style playing in the big bands of Tubby Hayes, John Dankworth and Stan Tracey before launching a 40-year solo career as one of the most inventive and accomplished players on the European scene, during which time he has recorded many albums.
Inspired casting, it was not - swapping one tubby West Midlands wisecracker for another, well, tubby Northern wisecracker and trading in a toothy Celtic beauty for one with slightly shorter hair.
Like most dogs, six-year-old Tubby enjoys his twice-daily walks in the woods and parks of Pontypool.
She said since I was always reading the 'Little Lulu' comic strip, maybe I should call myself Tubby, who was (Lulu's) friend.