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duff

(Australian) slang, to steal cattle, altering the brand.
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I didn't catch the ball cleanly, but it's most definitely the best sclaff I'll ever score.
Hamilton had to make a block from a McGinn shot within three minutes and was relieved to see Graeme Shinnie sclaff the rebound wide.
Morton deserved to win but their first goal was deflected and the second was a sclaff.
Grant Brebner swung a foot at it and missed before Kevin Thomson tried to sclaff the ball to safety.
Queens pleaded frantically for offside but the full-back had timed his run to perfection, even if the shot he finally planted behind Clark was something of a sclaff.
To be fair he quickly rectified his mistake and Simpson appeared to be wishing he hadn't as he stepped up to sclaff a tentative sweep of his three wood that skied the ball so high and short he was lucky to reach the fairway.
Jamie Hamill sent over a cross from the left that he seemed to sclaff, but McKenzie controlled it and fired a left-foot volley home from 16 yards.
Sclaff, sclaff, chip, putt" was how one esteemed colleague succinctly put it as Tiger set off for the next tee with a spring in his step.