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duff

Slang the rump or buttocks

Duff

 

(Russian, shtyb), particles of hard coal less than 6 mm in size.

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Opening up following her divorce, Duff revealed that the whole ordeal was only difficult initially.
Rovers received confirmation on Friday that Duff had finally chosen them over St Pat's - but the deal was only signed, sealed and delivered on Monday evening.
This truly is the end of a golden era in British Boxing, the mould has been broken, there will never be another "true boxing man" like Micky Duff.
To name a few of these contributions: Duff set up the Dubai Department of Finance and Dubai Customs.
The hurt that preoccupies Duff contains surprising candor (even from a self-professed "liar"), especially about his negativity toward his father.
Duff lived in Canton at the time he was hired, but said he planned to move closer to Clinton.
Duff turned down the chance to move to Spurs in 2006.
But squeezed between those two goal-scoring seasons, and while he did not hit the target, Duff also destroyed United in Chelsea's 4-0 jaunt.
In his three seasons at Stamford Bridge following a pounds 17million move from Blackburn, Duff started just 63 of Chelsea's 114 Premiership matches.
But in completing a cut-price pounds 5mil-lion move to United, and signing a five-year contract, Duff is just eager to play football regularly rather than endure bench life under Jose Mourinho.
The Duff girls admitted they are NASCAR novices, but they do have stock cars in their blood.
Duff brings 34 years of estimating and project management experience to Hollister.