[ UK /jˈɒb/ ]
NOUN
  1. a cruel and brutal fellow
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  • Myostatin is a member of the transforming growth factor-beta (TGF-β) superfamily of growth and differentiation factors and is a primary regulator of muscle growth both pre - and postnatally, primarily via inhibition of myoblast proliferation and differentiation PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • The now not-so-young British artist is best known for his macabre installations, business savvy and yobbish personality. Damien Hirst's Birthday: June 7 (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
  • The ministers demand that yobbery be banished from all schools.
  • He said tougher standards were needed to crack down on thugs and drunken yobs.
  • It can be tough when your father, the prime minister, has just indulged in pulpitry about drunken yobs.
  • He believed he was ‘untouchable’ but his victims finally became sick of the yob and helped a specialist council unit to boot him out of their neighbourhood.
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  • That leads to a general impression of rowdy behaviour and general yobbery.
  • The sleeve maintains a consistently low temperature throughout the vertically disposed shelves of the cryobiological materials contained within the inner tank.
  • Mr Woodcock's wife Mandy and 18-month-old daughter Maisie were only yards away when he was abused and "mooned" at by young yobs after he went to confront them. Evening Mail news round-up
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