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  • v. Present participle of dib.


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  • By the time I was leaving the kiosk, I'd be "dibbing" a football - getting ready for the fresh day.

    Obsolescence of Happenstance - Anil Dash

  • Known as 'dibbing', it works by inviting visitors to purchase credits ( 'dibs') at 50 pence each.

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  • Known as 'dibbing', it works by inviting visitors to purchase credits ( 'dibs') at

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  • So there was the partying, the smoking, the dibbing and dabbing, and the women.

    A Perfect Fit

  • It's possible to see a few of his curved balls hurtled down with poor Brian unable to resist dibbing them to hand.

    The Daily Telegraph

  • Your car may be safely ensconced in your office's parking lot, but how many of your neighbors are left cruising around because of your dibbing?

    Slate Magazine

  • But what captured my interest anew was an e-mail I received from Mario Lucero, a law student at Cardozo University, who reported seeing the dibbing practice growing in the Woodlawn section of Queens-a finding confirmed elsewhere.

    Slate Magazine

  • I decided to keep heading further north having become addicted to dibbing and the lure of big point checkpoints.

    Singletrack World

  • After dibbing my first real dibber and collecting my first points I was starting to enjoy myself.

    Singletrack World

  • Launched by Sit-Up Shopping, dibbing. com stocks a range of the latest products, from Apple iPads to Gucci handbags.

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