HOBB

AcronymDefinition
HOBBHomeowners for Better Building
HOBBHoffberg, Oberfest, Burger and Berger (New York, NY)
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How the junior partner of Hobbs and Dobbs leads her smiling to the carriage with the lozenge upon it, and the fat wheezy coachman
Peter Hampson said in mitigation how Hobbs had taken on the cleaning work not out of financial gain but to combat loneliness.
A court heard that after Hobbs had attacked the mother of two, she was dragged outside while half-dressed.
Rather than sell Jack Hobbs at 31 on the index, the wiser play may be a buy of the field in a match bet as if he wins the damage may not prove too costly, provided he doesn't run away with it.
Jack Hobbs is an unusual classic contender, having made his debut in a Wolverhampton maiden two days after Christmas.
However, Dettori, who was on board Jack Hobbs on that occasion, told the Racing Post: "I am frightened of Jack Hobbs.
David Hobbs currently has well exceeded that criteria with a 4.
A statement on the Russell Hobbs website says: "As part of our ongoing quality monitoring program, we've identified an issue with a small number of our irons, that may carry a risk that the flex may fail.
Hobbs tried to laugh off his gaffe, saying: "Oh, dear, was that an error?
Hobbs London opened its first store in Hampstead in 1981 and now has over 140 stores, throughout the UK and Ireland, and franchise stores in the UAE and Sweden.
According to Christopher O'Gorman, communications manager at Paul Hobbs Winery, 38 acres of land had previously been planted with vines, but the vineyard had fallen into disrepair and "went to wild.
The Tigers chief is poised to anger Forest boss Billy Davies by recalling Hobbs and accepting a PS750,000 offer from the Royals this week.