(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.
(1) Along with Hytner's own production of the comedy One Man Two Guv'nors, it has staved off the financial difficulties that have troubled so many organisations in less commercial artforms since the government funding cuts of 2010.
(2) Asked whether, in retirement, she would still oppose a European central bank, Mr Skinner fed her a line, shouting: 'No, she's goin' to be the guv'nor.'
(3) We chatted it through and came to the conclusion that even condoning the presence of 'medicines' in the house I was staying, could lead to pressure being put on me, or in the worst case, if there was a raid on the house, it was highly unlikely that any of the "professionals " I was sharing the house with were going to say "it's a fair cop guv, That gear is all mine."
(4) A week or so after we speak, I go to see One Man, Two Guv'nors at the National, a comedy in which he takes the lead as a young man working for two highly demanding bosses.
(5) "Between you and me, guv … " he nearly whispered … "I always come off at Rotherham these days and take the A6195 through Rawmarsh, Brampton and Brierley.
(6) For some reason I brought out this character I called the Guv, who was like a London cab driver.
(7) 6 The Guv'nor is a good sort Generally, the guv'nor is good, moral and has the girls' best interests at heart.
(8) That team could conceivably have included the following names on the backs of their shirts: Seamo, Shaggy, Sick-Note, Gazza, Donkey, Psycho, Guv'nor (!
(9) Brian Reader, 77, known by his fellow raiders as “the Guv’nor” or “Master”, was not sentenced last week due to fears he had just months to live .
(10) The thought of striking doctors sitting at home, watching carnage unfold, and saying: “Not my problem, guv!” is so ludicrous that you would hope that it would be instantly dismissed.
(11) The first photograph that McCullin had printed in the Observer was a 1958 picture of a north London gang called "The Guv'nors" – a group of teddy boys resplendent in their exaggerated, smart clothes, rising through and out of a bomb-damaged building.
(12) Here is Next’s considered opinion on the current state of consumer demand, derived from a detailed analysis of its own trading in the past six weeks: “Dunno, guv, we only sell clothes and stuff.” The chief executive, Lord Wolfson, didn’t put it like that, of course.
(13) Vesicular phospholipid bilayer membranes in the form of giant unilamellar vesicles (GUVs) of dipalmitoylphosphatidylcholine (DPPC) were irradiated with fast neutron fluences ranging from 10(4) to 10(7) n cm-2.
(14) The phase behaviour of both non-irradiated and irradiated GUVs was investigated using an angular light scattering technique.
(15) The purported GABA uptake inhibitors nipecotate (NPA) and guvacine (GUV) acted as GABAa agonists, having pharmacological properties very similar to GABA itself.