SCUFFY

AcronymDefinition
SCUFFYShelby County United Fund for You (Indiana nonprofit)
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Captain Wasim has also expressed objections when the white ball has been changed towards the end of a day when poor light has made a greying, scuffy ball difficult to pick up.
Melamine cup sets and a plastic cup set with books will be available in 2000, and will feature six characters from Golden Books -- The Poky Little Puppy, Shy Little Kitten, Tootle the Train, Scrawny Lion, Scuffy the Tugboat and The Saggy Baggy Elephant.
Their longevity is testimony enough to the fact that they answer a need in the children to whom they are read: Scuffy the Tugboat by Gertrude Crampton (Scuffy is also brave and resourceful), Tawny, Scrawny Lion by Kathryn Jackson and Saggy, Baggy Elephant, Poky Little Puppy by Janet S.
The big surprises were the eerily detached Leonard and Carlo Brandt, who played the servant Bartley as a strangely obsessed and erratic alien, a gold ring in his ear and an oddly scuffy look even when serving Oldfield.
First, six stories showed the key character(s) going on some forbidden adventure, which took the form of stepping away from what was deemed expected or normal action ('The Pokey Little Puppy', 'Tootle', 'Scuffy the Tugboat and His Adventures Down the River', 'The Fuzzy Duckling', Buell 1982; 'Where the Wild Things Are', Sendak 1963; and 'The Cat in the Hat', Suess 1957).
By shipping aid for such morally impeccable ends as promoting the rule of law, we could participate in the politics of moral passion without weakening valued, if slightly scuffy, allies.
It's the difference between Knoxville, the scuffy little city on the Tennessee River, and Knoxville, the Mountain Capital of the South.
She says the incident probably occurred because she was a Black woman dressed in "scuffy gym shoes" in a posh Beverly Hills neighborhood.
But this scuffy figure is Oscar winner and millionaire Michael Caine filming his new sci-fi thriller movie Children of Men.