1. So, being an european listener I didn't immediately get the Dabbings joke
2. Talliver Dabbings, Icemule Trace mayoral candidate representing the Temple Burrow The Dabbings family's contributions to Icemule Trace need no introduction
3. Since his ancestor, Talbot Dabbings, sacrificed himself to end the Krolvin War almost two hundred years ago, the Dabbings name has been synonymous with heroism and selflessness.
4. The main difference with the two other protocols was the number and localization of the Dabbings on the dominant hand: 15 dabbing on the th umb and forefinger area of the hand compared to 50 to 12
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5. T h e coverage of the double-side adhesive by various particle~ as a fimction of the number of Dabbings from hair: a: 40 Dabbings, b: 200 Dabbings
6. Icemule Trace has its own "Raging Thrak" in the form of Trevor Dabbings (Thirsty Penguin, Alcove - Lich room #9005), and Ta'Vaalor has Retired Airship Officer Tedrik (Malwith Inn, Casu's Cafe - Lich room #21223)
7. Dabbing (plural Dabbings) The act by which something is dabbed
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8. Two more Dabbings followed in the course of the day […] Anagrams
In case you're wondering, 'Dab' is supposedly the new 'Swag' replacement and 'Dabbin' is the dance that signifies your swag dab. By July of 2015, the term was defined on Urban Dictionary as "Atlanta lingo for a level of confidence to your swag" and later "to give a sharp nod to your raised four [sic] arm.
It’s a slang term for cannabis concentrates. The name comes from the definition of the word dab which means a tiny amount of something. The name stuck because a tiny amount of hash oil is all people needed to feel the potent effects.
Dabbin' or the dab is also the name of a dance move believed to have originated in the Atlanta, Georgia rap scene, and in addition to that, dabbin' is being used as a generalized term to say that someone is self-assured. The two uses seem to have developed around roughly the same time.
Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB) is a digital radio standard for broadcasting digital audio radio services in many countries in Europe, North Africa, South Africa, Oceania, Asia and the Middle East. It is not available in the Americas where HD Radio (United States) is the standard for digital radio.