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  • n. Something not named; a thingy or whatsit.


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  • "doobry" that bears the leg end "VOG Share Charts" Click on that and it will open up a world of knowledge re 'VOG's past performance.


  • The gas man comethed this morning and replaced the whole of the heat exchanger doobry, which hopefully should fix the niggly problem that we’ve had with the boiler conking out every six months or so.

    Twas on a wednesday morning ...

  • What's the betting that the whole door will need replacing for the sake of a plastic doobry that should cost a fraction of a penny?

    Those whom the gods wish to destroy, they first irritate slightly

  • Right, I'm off down to the bar to get a pie and pint of beer, and I'll have a go with the wireless internet doobry later on to see if I can post this.

    Archive 2004-11-01

  • Kenny Everett: 'You get a warm feeling deep within your doobry.'

    The Guardian World News

  • Upto then the web-doobry they now wrongly label ‘mashups’ was called a ’strap-up’ or ‘lash-up’ I think.

    Mashups are for music…


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