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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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The new alliance with a company who shares our passion for cloth diapering will increase value to customers and bring the Funky Fluff brand of products to more parents around the world.
Fluff pulp is bleached softwood cellulose fibre used in absorbent applications such as baby diapers, feminine hygiene and adult incontinence products.
Once completed, Ashdown, together with our Plymouth [North Carolina] mill, will provide a platform to further strengthen our leading position as an effective producer of high quality fluff pulp with nearly one million tonnes of total production capacity.
I used to love them whenever my parents went off reservation and bought a jar of Fluff.
Once receiving thyroid supplements, Fluff quickly grew and is now at a healthy size and weight for her breed.
2 microns respectively and thereby, correspond to the requirements shown for fluff fibers, which is 25 microns.
With about a fifth of its old workforce, IP's Franklin mill is gearing up to begin producing fluff pulp - the soft, white absorbent used in diapers, tampons, and some medical bandages.
2 February 2010 - Finnish industrial machinery company Metso Oyj (HEL: MEO1V) said today that it will convert a fine paper machine to fluff pulp production in the Plymouth plant, North Carolina, of Canadian paper producer Domtar Corp (NYSE: UFS).
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.
For the first time, I was left with a handful of what looked and felt like dandelion fluff every time I ran my fingers through her coat.
State officials say they are concerned that residue from heavy metals in the fluff could seep from landfills into groundwater, while airborne metal-laden particles could endanger workers at recycling plants and dumps and people living near such facilities.
The Adventures of Fluff the Bunny is a very simple and easy story.