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huff

To compress data using a Huffman code. Various programs that use such methods have been called "HUFF" or some variant thereof.

Opposite: puff. Compare crunch, compress.
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A native of Du Quoin, Huff spent 35 years with SIU Athletics as sports information director and assistant athletic director.
Rich Huff brings a vast knowledge of the medical device industry, as well as a deep understanding of the ever-evolving payer landscape to his role as vice president of Domestic Sales," Jim Knape, CEO and founder of VQ OrthoCare, said in prepared remarks.
Wal-Mart has sued Huff and Bob's Studio of Photography, her father-in-law and husband's business.
Chip Kelly didn't personally make the call, but Huff knew he would be packing his bags for Philadelphia moments before the Ducks' star wide receiver was announced as the Eagles' third-round pick (No.
It's hard to improve on the 'perfect team in the perfect time slot,' but adding Aubrey Huff does just that," said Jason Barrett, Program Director for 95.
Huff says the tornado is the state's largest insurance event ever.
Huff took victory ahead of Muller in a first race twice interrupted by the safety car, cutting the world championship gap to 13 points to set up a dramatic final race of the season.
Italian Gabriele Tarquini (SEAT) finished second behind Muller with Huff taking third spot ahead of his fellow Briton Colin Turkington in fourth.
Fifty years later, William Huff took over the small two-man business which catered to homeowners needing help in moving televisions, washers, refrigerators and such.
When Huff meets Phyllis Nirdlinger, the wife of one of his marks, his game becomes considerably more ruthless.
The two had battled for second place throughout race one as their fellow Chevrolet driver Alain Menu led from pole, taking advantage of Huff and Muller's battle to put a good gap between himself and the rest of the field.