CUFFS


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AcronymDefinition
CUFFSCustoms Undercover Fundamental Financial System (U.S. Customs Service)
CUFFSCredit Union Fast Financing System (Los Angeles Police Federal Credit Union; Los Angeles, CA)
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Always run the mangle Wednesday nights - collars an' cuffs.
Running the collars and cuffs through the mangle was also Joe's idea.
By a chance, she got a position in an establishment where they made collars and cuffs.
The putting on of the rescued collar and cuffs was a task which absorbed her whole mind.
Another fellow and myself did all the work from sorting and washing to ironing the white shirts, collars and cuffs, and the "fancy starch" of the wives of the professors.
And, if the Man Higher Up is ever found, take my assurance for it, he will be a large, pale man with blue wristlets showing under his cuffs, and he will be sitting to have his shoes polisbed within sound of a bowling alley, and there will be somewhere about him turquoises.
A cuff from the master and a sharp word had then compelled him to permit their caresses, though he growled and growled under their tiny hands, and in the growl there was no crooning note.
But most potent in his education was the cuff of the master's hand, the censure of the master's voice.
Figs, alone in the schoolroom, was blundering over a home letter; when Cuff, entering, bade him go upon some message, of which tarts were probably the subject.
Cuff, laying hold of that document (in which many words were scratched out, many were mis-spelt, on which had been spent I don't know how much thought, and labour, and tears; for the poor fellow was writing to his mother, who was fond of him, although she was a grocer's wife, and lived in a back parlour in Thames Street).
It seems that he had heard some curious anecdotes about Sergeant Cuff, from his father's lawyer, during his stay in London.
A more complete opposite to Superintendent Seegrave than Sergeant Cuff, and a less comforting officer to look at, for a family in distress, I defy you to discover, search where you may.