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dabs.com is an e-commerce retailer in the United Kingdom. It is one Dabs.com (originally Dabs Press from 1987-90 and Dabs Direct) was founded in Bolton by David Atherton in 1987, and has subsequently grown to employ more than 200 people, with annual revenue of £200m from 5000 transactions. — “dabs.com - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
The most common way to gain a point is by putting a foot down within a section; for this reason points are sometimes known as 'dabs' Within UCI rules, if any part of the bike except the tires touch any object in the course, a dab will be given. — “Mountain bike trials - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
The Pacific sanddab is endemic to the northern Pacific Ocean, from the Sea of Japan to They are most commonly found at a depth of 50–150 m, though the young inhabit shallower. — “Pacific sanddab - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
36 Stretch'd and still lies the midnight, Two great hulls motionless on the breast of the darkness, Our vessel riddled and slowly sinking, preparations to pass to the one we have conquer'd, The captain on the quarter-deck coldly giving his orders through a countenance white as a sheet, Near by the corpse of the child that serv'd in the cabin, The dead face of an old salt with long white hair and carefully curl'd whiskers, The flames spite of all that can be done flickering aloft and below, The husky voices of the two or three officers yet fit for duty, Formless stacks of bodies and bodies by themselves, dabs of flesh upon the masts and spars, Cut of cordage, dangle of rigging, slight shock of the soothe of waves, Black and impassive guns, litter of powder-parcels, strong scent, A few large stars overhead, silent and mournful shining, Delicate sniffs of sea-breeze, smells of sedgy grass and fields by the shore, death-messages given in charge to survivors, The hiss of the surgeon's knife, the gnawing teeth of his saw, Wheeze, cluck, swash of falling blood, short wild scream, and long, dull, tapering groan, These so, these irretrievable. — “Leaves of grass” by Walt Whitman
Come, Almanack! To begin: there's Aries, or the Ram–lecherous dog, he begets us; then, Taurus, or the Bull–he bumps us the first thing; then Gemini, or the Twins–that is, Virtue and Vice; we try to reach Virtue, when lo! comes Cancer the Crab, and drags us back; and here, going from Virtue, Leo, a roaring Lion, lies in the path–he gives a few fierce bites and surly dabs with his paw; we escape, and hail Virgo, the Virgin! that's our first love; we marry and think to be happy for aye, when pop comes Libra, or the Scales–happiness weighed and found wanting; and while we are very sad about that, Lord! how we suddenly jump, as Scorpio, or the Scorpion, stings us in the rear; we are curing the wound, when whang come the arrows all round; Sagittarius, or the Archer, is amusing himself. — “Moby-Dick” by Herman Melville