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muff

the tuft on either side of the head of certain fowls

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A shroud placed around a section of exhaust pipe. The air moves in the space between the exhaust pipe and the wall of shroud and is used to heat the cabin and carburetor.
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She began to talk of my adventures with David in the Gardens, and of some little things I have not mentioned here, that I may have done for her when I was in a wayward mood, and her voice was as soft as her muff.
When Fanny rose at last, Polly's tired face reproached her; and taking a hasty leave of the small gentleman, she turned homeward, saying, confidentially, as she put one hand in Polly's muff, "Now, my dear, you must n't say a word about Frank Moore, or papa will take my head off.
The plain one, who did n't say much; he picked up my muff when it tumbled down, and took care of me in the crowd; the others did n't mind anything about me.
This is the best of silk and camel's hair, real ostrich feathers, and an expensive ermine muff.
Thank you," she added, as he picked up the handkerchief that had fallen out of her muff.
The tradition is kept up here that you are the best of skaters," she said, with her little black-gloved hand brushing a grain of hoarfrost off her muff.
The judge added that Muff was not expected to do anything "other than to sign the documents that were put in front of him.
Having lived in Dalton, where he had a corner shop, and Roberttown, Mr Muff settled in Almondbury and went on to set up the Billiard Supply Company, which led to him turning professional in 1950 (basically because he was earning his living from the game and wasn't allowed to be an amateur).
Muff, who was previously a director of CV One, said: "I am proud to have been appointed as president and I am very much looking forward to the year ahead and giving the committee the backing it needs.
When Spencer, Steve and Muff decided to form a band and recruited Pete, they called it, somewhat unimaginatively, The Rhythm and Blues Quartette.
Maybe Muff had experienced radio failure, but then why had he not shown up on final and flown a radio out approach and landing pattern?
Leah said: "Leesa Harker has written three books about Maggie Muff so there is more to come from her.