FLUFF


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FLUFFFunny Little Ugly Fat Fellow (slang)
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Team Ruff and Fluff rush the turf in the greatest game in adoption.
However, if fluff is allowed to accumulate in the filter, near blocked vents, and at the rear of your dryer you increase the risk of this fluff catching fire from the heat created by the dryer.
Better than a regressive tweet like this that calls 'progressive' pieces fluff and believes that marriage means sharing the same ideologies," she replied on Twitter.
The addition of the Funky Fluff brand will strengthen Bummis' already-established product offering, providing customers with more options to meet their cloth diapering needs.
Domtar Corporation (NYSE:UFS) (NYSE:TSX) proposed a plan to restructure the fluff pulp manufacturing at its Plymouth mill, a streamlining measure to strengthen the mill's position globally.
He added: "They were like balls of fluff and vulnerable.
Historically, fluff pulp has been a specialty pulp grade with higher prices and margins than more common papermaking pulp grades.
The theory is that the hairs on your stomach scratch lint from clothes next to your body and accumulate it as fluff.
The project will allow for production of up to 516,000 metric tons of fluff pulp per year.
One bite of a Fluff sandwich, and I knew the world was a bigger place than my home in the woods in Templeton.
It turned out that Fluff suffered from a very rare condition known as congenital hypothyroidism.
Serenity Strainer is perfect until the day she comes across a belly button fluff monster.