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Taffy

Welshman who “stole a piece of beef.” [Nurs. Rhyme: Baring Gould, 72–73]
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Louise Campbell, from the Dogs Trust, said: "This is a fantastic happy ending for Taffy. He was in need of an understanding family." |Guinea pig Bear has hit 13 years old, almost twice her life expectancy, as owner Edith Rotherham takes her for beach walks near her home in Grimsby.
"When we arrived at Dogs Trust Shrewsbury we saw him out on a walk and it was love at first sight for us, but not for Taffy," Handsley said.
(128-29) If the stranger knew her language he would be able to understand Taffy's running commentary and the visual message as well.
Elected were Norma "Taffy" Durfee, President; Art Contino, Vice-President; Nancy Barrow, Secretary; and Charles Baker, Treasurer.
Critique: In "Think Agile: How Smart Entrepreneurs Adapt in Order to Succeed", author and founder of the Colonial Technology Development Company, Taffy Williams draws upon his more than 30 years of experience and expertise as a successful entrepreneur to deftly craft an impressively informed and informative instructional guide that should be considered mandatory reading by anyone charged with an entrepreneurial responsibility for the fiscal health and productivity of a business.
. Bonomo said it wasn't easy, that before taffy he had three
Through my 24-inch reflector at 375x, the Taffy Galaxies appear to be reaching out to each other.
With the arrival of Ramadan, traditional tastes such as Ottoman taffy, which is made of sugar and different types of aromas, fruits and spices, gained attention.
Staff at the Dogs Trust in Merseyside say Taffy is very affectionate, but also happy to amuse himself with his toys.
The Scot, who was also in the Royal Military Police, added: "Just like terrorist Carlos the Jackal, Taffy was also a master of disguise and he was always armed to the teeth.
THE UK's first Laureate for Storytelling, Taffy Thomas MBE, enthralled pupils at a Warwickshire school with tall tales.
That's when master storyteller Taffy Thomas will be bringing his famed Tale Coat back to the Colne Valley for an event which kicks off the Slaithwaite Moonraking Festival.