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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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While no one knows the exact date when the first sandwich was made, the origins of Marshmallow Fluff date back to 1917 when Archibald Query of Somerville, Massachusetts, began production.
Led by three-time Microsoft MVP and world-renowned server-based computing expert Brian Madden, The Brian Madden Company is an independent technology analyst firm that helps IT administrators debunk the fluff that comes from software vendors.
RULES Sacred Heart College in Crosby HAIR IT IS Barely visible fluff on pupil Sam's chin
Georgia-Pacific's fluff and market pulp operations play a vital role in supplying a wide variety of global customers with quality pulps.
There are also lesser-known tunes like ``Homeward Bound'' and ``Soon'' that remind you - even in this fluff - just how sophisticated George Gershwin was as a composer.
The Gravifluff system is composed of a fluff surge hopper, gravimetric fluff metering hopper, RMT refeed machine, and virgin weight hopper.
If Fluff was playing on the European Tour, he'd be among the top 20 money earners thanks to his retainer and commissions from his young employer.
A bodily fluid-absorbent structure, comprising liquid-absorbent material formed of an aggregation of fluff wood pulp fibers and having an inner surface and an outer surface, a liquid-pervious sheet covering said inner surface, and a liquid-pervious or liquid-impervious sheet covering said outer surface, wherein said aggregation has a basis mass in a range of 150 to 500g/[m.
There is an explanation, of sorts, about where the fluff comes from that you can get in your belly button.
March 31, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- International Paper (NYSE: IP) today announced plans to invest $135 million to expand fluff pulp production at its Riegelwood N.
FLUFF was picked up by one of our inspectors after being found in poor condition.
of Montreal said Wednesday that its board of directors had approved a $160 million capital project to convert a paper machine at its Ashdown mill to a high-quality fluff pulp line used in absorbent applications such as baby diapers, feminine hygiene and adult incontinence products.