(1) Scotland by contrast have recently been gubbed home and away by Wales, and may at some point tonight field Charlie Adam.
(2) On the impact of the move on Grangemouth, he said: "It's gubbed (ruined).
(3) Gub Neal, former Channel 4 director of drama and now creative director of producer and distributor Artists Studio, said: "It's refreshing to see something so intelligent and so layered on a mainstream network.
(4) 18 min: Despite having two decent scoring opportunities, it's no exaggeration to say that Bayern Munich are getting a bit of a gubbing here.
(5) Then back to the fitba to see Kilmarnock or Dunfermline gubbing some fancy-dan side from Spain or Italy, all in grainy black and white.
(6) Ajuntament BCN (@bcn_ajuntament) Segons @barcelona_GUB 1.800.000 persones han omplert la ciutat i ha regnat el civisme.
(n.) A sharper; a rogue.
(1) To identify possible secretory determinants of impaired hyperadherence and stimulated migration of neonatal granulocytes (NGs), we performed correlative studies of: (a) specific granule content and exocytosis, (b) secretago-gue-mediated upregulation of f-met-leu-phe (fMLP) receptors, (c) the chemotactic induction of the adhesive glycoproteins Mac-1 alpha (complement receptor 3) and beta, and (d) morphometric assessments of specific (peroxidase negative) granule depletion following chemotactic stimulation.
(2) DMPP-elicited positive chronotropy was reduced by beta-receptor antagonists, hexamethonium, guanethidine (GuE), and tetrodotoxin.
(3) In preparations of the embryonic thorax in which the innervated heart was separated from brain and adrenal influences, DMPP elicited a GuE-sensitive cardioacceleration.