duffer


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duffer

1. Austral slang a mine that proves unproductive
2. a person who steals cattle
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Safe Step changes lives every day," added Duffer, president and founder of Safe Step Walk-In Tub Co.
From 9am to 2pm, from Dandot Grid Station, Ahmedabad, Duffer, NCI feeders, moreover, and surrounding areas.
The Special One recalled the role Duffer played in his early success at Chelsea after the Republic of Ireland player revealed he is leaving Fulham for a move abroad.
Duffer was as far as Mr Ansell went, unlike the teacher who held a weekly test and beat everyone who scored less than the required minimum mark with a small bat, as many times as the shortfall in marks.
Boss Peter Cowgill said he was "very, very pleased" with demand for brands like Duffer, Mackenzie and Caprini.
Oh my old man's a duffer, he wears a duffer's hat, he wears corduroy trousers and he lives in a semi-detached .
George by Duffer navy straw hat, pounds 25, Debenhams.
St George by Duffer logo shirt from pounds 14, denim shorts pounds 14 at Debenhams.
William Duffer of Texarkana thought his pawn shop was protected by the alarm system he subscribed to for around two years.
Written in friendly and often chuckle-inducing terms, The Care and Feeding of the True Duffer is recommended for golf novices, veteran duffers, and anyone who loves seeing wit and wisdom injected into observations of their beloved sport.
ROYAL duffer Prince Edward urged the nation to become blood donors.
It seemed likely then that the affable duffer Ronald Reagan would take the world blundering into a thermonuclear war, and mine was not the only imagination dominated by the pleasure of ruins.