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waft

Nautical (formerly) a signal flag hoisted furled to signify various messages depending on where it was flown
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Ms Waft, who commutes from Clayton West to Shef-Shef eld every Tuesday to coach her team, also spends her Saturday mornings teaching younger players.
She got to know Sudhir as part of other social and activity groups, and was by his side when WAFT was being formed.
As you waft your hand over the canister, the wind might carry the scent away from your nose.
Miss Waft received more than 80 stitches at the Countess of Chester Hospital.
six years ago, using about $25,000 of his money and state and federal grants to find grungy school bathrooms and make them clean and safe, according to a recent story in The Waft Street Journal
The new unit features the WAFT system (water/air/flour temperatures), and is similar to the company's Type T unit, but with the additional facility to display air and flour temperatures which allows the exact water temperature to be calculated for dough production in bakeries.
Michelle Simmonds, aged 30, from Bromham, Bedfordshire, with a business degree from St Andrew's University, was unsure whether Bach wrote Air on a G String, Breeze up a Bikini, Waft in the Y-fronts or Gust up a Gusset; asked the audience in which city Everton football club played, and wrongly said that a word linking a mammal with a high-ranking churchman was marsupial instead of primate.
The strains of George Frederick Handel's Messiah, conducted by Eric Funk and performed by the Helena Symphony Orchestra and Chorale, will waft through the Cathedral of St.
In the Great Stink, drought and low water exposed the sewage-encrusted mudflats of the Thames, allowing the aroma of dead fish and human wastes to waft through the windows of the Houses of Parliament.
Klein said, more often than not, while doing his initial inspection of a new property, he will open up the trash chute door and get a waft of foul air.
Georgina Waft, 12, of Clayton West was diagnosed with cerebral palsy at just eighteen months old and has used a wheelchair from a young age.
In the winter months in the Northern Hemisphere, massive dust storms from the African Sahara waft southwest across the Atlantic to drop tons of vital minerals on the Amazon basin in South America.