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duff

(Australian) slang, to steal cattle, altering the brand.
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Duff and Sandvik rocked matching looks, both of them donning white shirts and jeans.
The Duff & Phelps Real Estate Advisory Group is a global business that provides comprehensive support in commercial real estate investments and transactions; asset and portfolio management support; technical services; and financing and debt advisory.
A few hours later, many users showered Duff their love and support by trumping her haters.
And Mirror Sport can reveal how Duff set his heart on Rovers as far back as June 8 when, alone, he disguised himself among the Hoops singing section in the East Stand for the 4-1 Monday night win over Derry.
Duff is best remembered as a promoter, working alongside the likes of Frank Bruno, Wales' Joe Calzaghe and Alan Minter.
Duff passed away of natural causes on February 14 at the age of 92 and is survived by his wife, Irenka, two daughters, Diana and Sheila, and four grandchildren.
Duff grew up in two parts of Texas: the petrochemical area of the Gulf Coast, and the pine barrens of Deep bast Texas, which made for two-mindedness and a bifurcated view of the world, as he demonstrates in his fiction.
Duff, hired last August at a salary of about $65,000 a year, submitted his resignation.
Since he moved from Chelsea for pounds 5million two years ago Duff, 29, has hardly played because of injury and falling out of favour with boss Kevin Keegan.
Smith has yet to open his account for United, while Duff has only managed a couple since his switch from London to Tyneside in the summer of 2006.
Last month, Cheaper by the Dozen star Duff, 19, and rocker boyfriend Joel Madden, 27, had expressed fears that Miakovsky could hurt them, and asked for a restraining order.
DAMIEN DUFF is adamant he has nothing to prove to anyone but himself after quitting Premiership champions Chelsea.