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YABBAYoung Australian Best Book Award
YABBAYoung Aust Best Book Award (Australia)
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One wonders what Yabba would have come up with for James Vince, a touring batsman with the inbuilt capacity to both delight and infuriate in equal measure, and never more so than on the opening day of this fifth Ashes Test.
His self-regarded position of authority is visible as he makes his way into Bundanyabba, ironically engaging with his taxi driver's claim that The Yabba is 'the best place in Australia'--the film itself wryly underscores this point by cutting to gritty shots of a mine and dilapidated houses as the driver continues his spiel.
For the third year in a row, the Luxe Hotel, Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills is offering a one-night Yabba Dabba Do Fathers Day package, starting at USD 249.
"Yabba dabba doo!" is the catchphrase of which cartoon character?
"The Great Society has been shot down on the battlefields of Vietnam." (Martin Luther King, Jr.) "A liberated woman is one who has sex before marriage and a job after." (Gloria Steinem) "Yabba dabba do!' (Fred Flintstone) The editor of The 1960s: American Popular Culture Through History and Woodstock: An Encyclopedia of the Music and Arts Fair compiles such quotes characterizing this decade's politics, social struggles, cultural and countercultural values.
Stop the Insanity!" put paleolithic cuisine on the map, "Yabba dabba doo!"
The underclassmen call themselves the Yabba Dabba sophomores because as sophomore Cody Fournier says, his classmates like to talk a lot.
Stop the Insanity!" put paleolithic cuisine on the map--declared, "Yabba dabba doo!"
From the conmmn (year, yellow, yes, yesterday, you/your) to multilingual exotic yabba 'large Jamaican cooking-pot,' yabber (Australian Aboriginal) 'to talk', yakamite 'a South American bird,' and yamstchick (Russian) 'post-horse driver.'
To illustrate the relevance of linguistic analysis to my students, I sometimes sing the end to The Flintstones' theme song: "When you're with the Flintstones / Have a yabba, dabba, doo time / A dabba doo time / We'll have a gay, old time!" (Curtin, Hannah, Barbera).
There's no time for the old "yabba douche bag," harkening back to the days of yonder yore.