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- verb Present participle of
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The old man repeated the words, his head bobbling back and forth again.
Healing the Highlander Melissa Mayhue 2011
And the trim: thin strips of fluttering color to edge your sewing, bobbling tassels and piping and the thin, gauzy brilliance of translucent ribbon.
Archive 2009-05-01 Heather McDougal 2009
And then a comically low snap and bobbling ball looks like NY disaster, and then DeMarcus Ware is penalised for infringing and suddenly the Giants only have five yards to go.
New York Giants 37 Dallas Cowboys 34 - as it happened!| Steve Busfield 2011
Greig Laidlaw, who made such an impression when he came on at fly‑half for the final quarter, swears blind that he touched down the bobbling ball he chased with Ben Youngs following his chip to the tryline.
Six Nations 2012: Andy Robinson statistics fail to ease Scotland agony 2012
Ego-driven, over spender, bobbling her bobble head.
Bobblehead Meg 2010
If you want to do a favor for the whole human race keep words in their proper place, and don't misuse them, because when you're bobbling them back and forth, you'll more than likely lose them.
Awesome! Con Chapman 2011
While the field was exploding behind the leaders, Anthony attacked Scherz with seven laps to go, and just then the Swiss was in all sorts of trouble, bobbling in a few places and apparently suffering from a mechanical.
Laura Van Gilder, Jesse Anthony win day 1 of Granogue Cross 2010
Compton kept her balance, bobbling only once in the extremely loose, off-camber right-hander that tripped up a number of riders.
Katie Compton wins day 2 of the Cincinnati UCI3 Cyclocross Festival 2010
Flood taps over the conversion –England 14-0 Georgia.19 min: You don't need to be Dr Rugby PhD to tell that's a wonderful kick from the Georgian scrum half, bobbling and boinging its way out of play a metre or so from the England line.
Rugby World Cup 2011: England v Georgia – live! | John Ashdown 2011
Shady lady, job deporter, bobbling her bobble head.
Bobblehead Meg 2010
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