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GUBGeneralized Upper Bounding
GUBGeneric Universal Boardgame (software)
GUBGamla Uppsala Buss (Swedish: Old Uppsala Bus; public transportation; Uppsala, Sweden)
GUBGrand Unified Builder (computer science)
GUBGuerrero Negro, Baja California Sur, Mexico - Guerrero Negro Airport (Airport Code)
GUBGently Used Book
GUBGreat Uncle Barrhaven (blog character)
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Intellect GUB 10.0 is an 'industrial strength' banking platform and has established strong reference sites in mature markets."
Says Guy East, co-chairman of Intermedia: "Led by Gub Neal, Box TV's team has been responsible for some of the most innovative and commercially successful U.K.
If Scotland draw the sassenachs in the play-offs, the Swedes will be worthy of a pardon when we gub the English at Hampden.
Dwek worked with Gub Neal, C4's head of drama, on the American version of "Cracker."
th gub A source close to the review said: "If the report was going to be an uncomplicated backing of the methadone programme, it would have been published weeks ago."
Now Gordon has been replaced by a 15 foot high pink sea snail, who has to operated by six people, a very cute pig called Gub Gub, a giant flying moth and a parrot who talks with the voice of Julie Andrews.
In came Steve Hewlett, Kevin Lygo and Gub Neal as controllers of factual, entertainment and drama, respectively.
She's a wee noise in a big world, a lucky girl who should have shut her gub and counted her blessings - just not in front of the TV cameras.
Head of Channel 4 drama Gub Neal said: "It will celebrate gay life."
So he gets in his car to make his way to the venue, which runaway gub Ioana has let slip.