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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 hung her head and continued to clasp and unclasp her hands in her muff. The step drew nearer, and a guardian in a braided cap walked listlessly through the room like a ghost stalking through a necropolis.
"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."
Still available by Jackson is the HP-190W, a streamline muff to be used with welding helmets; the HP-230, a dielectric band with silicone plugs and the HP-22-MB, muffs and mounting brackets to be used with universal slot safety caps.
* Quiet Muff. A three-position, ultra-lightweight ear muff.
Thanks to an historical experience gained in the winding field, especially with the SWIFTENS tension controlled hank winding system, Fadis was the first company to develop the SINCRO RFM SW rewinding machine with precision crossing and electronic yarn guide with a tension controlled motorized unwinding device with "a la deroule" system to unwind the "FAPP(tm)", "MUFF", "BOBBINS" and "HANKS" on their various feeder supports with the "a la deroule" system at a speed of up to 1.400 m/min, which is three or four times faster than any other existing technology.
When Spencer, Steve and Muff decided to form a band and recruited Pete, they called it, somewhat unimaginatively, The Rhythm and Blues Quartette.
With only pink and black remaining, Muff simply needed the pink to secure the frame for Berry Brow, but he narrowly missed taking his chance on a couple of occasions before he then found himself snookered.
Protection comes in many forms, starting with disposable foam plugs on up through shaped plastic, custom-molded plugs, then over-the-ear muffs, called "defenders" by our British readers.
Nothing wrong with that you might think, but various bigwigs from the 'dreary' places mentioned - Drains Bay and Glengormley in Co Antrim and Muff, Co Donegal, have complained loudly.
Lianne Muff of The Black Lion at Northop Hall near Mold was also ordered to pay pounds 65 costs after she admitted breaching her licence on June 18.
Muff Diver This one, a decent winner in Belgium as a three-year-old in 1978, clearly crept into the Form Book in Ireland when the retired Brigadier responsible for the registering of names took its meaning literally.
1943: Muff Winwood, 61, Bassist with The Spencer Davis Group.