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duff someone up

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a stiff flour pudding steamed or boiled usually and containing e

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Readers knowledgeable of Fast Texas will recognize the truth of Duffs bifurcated geography.
Duffs lies sometimes rise to the level of humor, as in his boast to college friends about seducing a divorced woman who, actually, never let him touch her.
Thus, his father even haunts Duffs adult dreams: "He does not leave me alone.
Phi Kappa Phi members may appreciate Duffs academic adventures.
Brewery owner Gavin Duff told the Otago Daily Times: "I always thought the letter might come one day.
The Duffs have lived at The Manse in Kilbarchan since 1993 and it was bought in the middle of a four-year period when he made more than pounds 1million, making him one of the highest-paid dentists in Glasgow.
The respected dental practice, however, has absolutely no connection with William Duff, who lives in some comfort through the wall with his wife Susan.
William Duff caused pain and misery to hundreds of patients in the early Nineties by undertaking reckless and needless work to their teeth while coining in more than pounds 1million from the NHS to fund a luxury lifestyle.
Duff, thank God, no longer practises dental surgery.