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fluff

noun elusive support, ephemeral content, fleeting analysis, immaterial substance, inadequate analysis, momentary analysis, no substance, passing consideration, smoke and mirrors, support that is vaporizing, temporal consideration, thin content, trifle, triviality
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Funky Fluff will become wholly owned by Bummis and continue to manufacture products overseas.
No, they were not the result of a collision between a truck filled with Fluff and a truck filled with peanut butter.
Despite shortening of fibers the length of fluff after forth clearing exceeds the level of 40 mm and thereby, corresponds for yarn manufacturing on hardware system of spinning.
But the mill on the inky Blackwater River is able to take advantage of Asia's growing desire for fluff because it can be made only from the long, coarse fibers of loblolly pine, a fast-growing tree that thrives in the U.
Metso will deliver a wet end and will rebuild the finishing equipment, needed for fluff pulp production.
Maybe encouraging your daughter to help you hoover up fluff with a toy vacuum cleaner or toy brush and pan, might make her less afraid of it.
The brush works by tackling a dog's undercoat--the dandelion fluff with which I'm now well acquainted.
Add a layer of glue to the center area of the fluff covered disc (Photo G) and let it get tacky, then firmly press the two together.
Vicky, a teacher, said: "Thomas has an overwhelming desire to eat fluff.
The next audition is in June Call Fluff LaCoque at 702-967-4685 for details.
Allied has experimented with mixing the C&D product with auto fluff and ground-up wood debris, all of which the company has found satisfactory.
Allied has experimented with mixing with the C&D product with auto fluff and ground-up wood debris, all of which the company has been satisfied with.