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MTV Raps and dubbing cassettes of releases that weren’t yet out in Zimbabwe.YouTube Music’s Director Of Music and Culture Talks The Importance of Representation In The Industry|Kimberly Wilson|December 10, 2021|Essence.com
The group memorialized him by dubbing itself the Tooka gang and the surrounding neighborhood “Tookaville.”
The Syrian government denied any involvement in the blast, dubbing the bombing a “heinous crime.”Assad Blamed For Beirut Car Bomb Assassination Of Lebanese Politician|Jamie Dettmer|December 28, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Opponents saw her as a Trojan Horse for the ousted president, dubbing her Xiomel, a conflation of the couple's nicknames.Honduras Presidential Election Passes Over Chavez Loyalists|Mac Margolis|November 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
One recent visitor on a Trip Advisor forum agreed with him, dubbing the Enchanted attractions “the best things in North Dakota.”
A Haaretz editorial was more explicit, dubbing the election of Yosef and Lau “a victory for nepotism.”
Take the hair of a black Spaniel for dubbing, ribbed with gold twist, and a red hackle over all.
The above selection of silks and dubbing are for Palmers and winged flies generally.
We understand each other, and we used to have more fun than anybody, just dubbing round the course.Fore!|Charles Emmett Van Loan
And he will not fall into the error of dubbing the author a minor poet because he is neither subtle nor imaginative nor profound.English Literature: Modern|G. H. Mair
If we have not just the right house we should not dare risk belittling our pleasant drawing-room by dubbing it "salon."The House in Good Taste|Elsie de Wolfe