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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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Whatever their coach said at half-time certainly did the trick as The Fluffs came out for the restart a totally different team.
With ten minutes remaining The Fluffs took the lead and began to pull clear winning 14-8 at the final whistle.
9 microns, which is lower than fluffs of the experimental batch that can be characterized by smaller level of the content of coarse fibers.
The developed technology of receiving fluffs on the basis of deep processing of sheep coarse and semi-coarse wool leads to receiving of I-II sort downs for yarn of 21-23 and 23-24 microns from coarse and semi-coarse wool and receiving of downs as a filling for quilts with the content of coarse fibers to 40%.
Fat Fluffs relies entirely on charitable donations and while trustees hold fundraising activities throughout the year Sally says it's not enough to settle the hefty vet bills it often faces given the poor health of many of the rabbits placed under its care.
You can carefully trim the outside edges of the fluffs until it is nicely round in shape.
SPOT SICK: John Hartson fluffs his last-minute effort in the Old Firm CIS Cup Final to the delight of Lorenzo Amoruso
Approximately 20 fluffs per ball (depending on the quality of the marabou)
The council said Fat Fluffs not only allowed Chloe to do something she found rewarding, but also put her in a position to educate people about the responsibility involved in homing a rabbit.
Match up two of the fluffs so they are bent in the same direction and the tips are even.
Leave a small bit of blade at the very tip to help keep the top fluffs from slipping out of the winding (Fig.