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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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“At Hot Spring Spas of Music City, we've decided to celebrate Nashville's local 'hot tubbers.'”
O'Connor, based near the course in Tubber, landed the coveted prize for amateurs in 2003 on Rapid Deployment for trainer Pat Hughes as a 7lb claimer and is keen to add to his Galway tally next week.
Piers Morgan's Life Stories: Denise Welsh ITV1, 8pm Is there anything we don't know about the ex Corrie actress, Loose Woman, CBB winner, naked hot tubber, recovering addict and cougar?
In the last year the Tubber club man has balanced his inter-county commitments with work as an electronic engineer in Dublin, Germanyand Finland.
* High lubricity -- to allow tubber to flow over the rubber curing bag during the shaping cycle, thus eliminating cocked tires; and to produce a more uniform tire, i.e., conicity and 1st harmonic.
The Mayo skipper had been in fine form, landing five superb frees in the first half to help the 'Tubber to lead at the break by 0-9 to 0-7.
High hopes Sherika, trained near Tubber, Co Galway, by Grainne O'Connor for the enthusiastic Heading For Aintree Syndicate, is chasing a first win since landing a point-to-point at Affane a year ago.
I don't want to keep picking the scab that is Tubber's Late Late Show performance.
The 35-year-old, of Rinlea, Tubber, Co Clare, is charged with assault causing harm of Sean Glynn, on farmlands near the village on April 12.
The Tubber jockey has been doing plenty of schooling prior to the tape rising tomorrow and he's excited by many of those he has sat on.
Down around Tubber direction, where McManus hails from in Offaly, they call that fighting talk.