A large iron bucket used in Cornwall and Wales for raising ore out of mines.
To bruise; to grind coarsely; as, kibbled oats.
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Karima Kibble (born Karima Trotter) is a Gospel singer, and a founding member of the gospel group Virtue.
Nita Kibble Literary Award
The Kibble Literary Awards comprise two awards — the Nita B Kibble Literary Award, which recognises the work of an established Australian female writer, and the Dobbie Literary Award, which is for a first published work by a female writer. The Awards recognise the works of women writers of fiction or non-fiction classified as 'life writing'. This includes novels, autobiographies, biographies, literature and any writing with a strong personal element.
Thomas Kibble Hervey
Thomas Kibble Hervey (4 February 1799 – 27 February 1859) was a Scottish-born poet and critic.
Classical Mechanics (Kibble and Berkshire book)
Classical Mechanics (5th ed.) is a well-established textbook written by Thomas Walter Bannerman Kibble, FRS, (born 1932) and Frank Berkshire of the Imperial College Mathematics Department. The book provides a thorough coverage of the fundamental principles and techniques of classical mechanics, a long-standing subject which is at the base of all of physics.
Nita Kibble (1879–1962) was the first woman to be a librarian with the State Library of New South Wales. She held the position of Principal Research Librarian from 1919 until her retirement in 1943. Nita Kibble was a founding member of the Australian Institute of Librarians. The Nita B. Kibble Literary Awards (the Kibble Awards) for Australian women writers are named in her honour.
Chris Kibble (born July 24, 1963) is a British pianist and keyboard player. He started with the jazz fusion band Kafo in 1985, then joined acid jazz band Snowboy. Kibble attended Sedgehill Secondary School in southeast London, England.
Kibble Park is an urban park in Gosford City, on the Central Coast of New South Wales, Australia. The park is a common location for public events in Gosford City.
George Herbert Kibble (9 October 1865 – 4 January 1923) was an English cricketer who played in one first-class cricket match for Kent County Cricket Club during the 1889 season. He was born in Greenwich in 1865 and died in Camberwell in London in 1923 aged 57.
John Westly Kibble (January 2, 1892 – December 13, 1969) nicknamed "Happy", was a Major League Baseball player for the Cleveland Naps in 1912. He played five games (four at third base), going 0-for-8 at the plate. His only time on base was a hit by pitch.