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fawn

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in the buff

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to give a gleaming luster to, usually through friction

a person who is ardently devoted to a particular subject or activity

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a soft thick undyed leather from the skins of e

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bare skin

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an implement consisting of soft material mounted on a block

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strike, beat repeatedly

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polish and make shiny

of the yellowish-beige color of buff leather

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Art Buff was then flown to the United States where it was offered for sale at Art Basel Miami with a reported price tag of around 500,000 [pounds sterling].
While your car buff may have watched videos of factory tours already, it's still something else to experience the real deal.
The second run was once again close, but with Luney having to straighten slightly to avoid a collision, it was 6-4 against Buff and so they both had to run one more time.
A trust spokeswoman said: "The Buff Orpington breed was first introduced in Kent in 1894.
Both belt and buff heads are equipped with sophisticated, compliant, constant contact pressure controls which guarantee consistent finishes and extended belt and buff life.
The Buffs, short for the Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffaloes, is a working class Protestant social club.
For this reason the ALBC currently classes the American Buff goose as "critical", considering it to be one of the priority breeds in immediate need of preservation.
A railway buff converses with passengers as he makes his way to the rear of the Budd car to savour a moment in North America's only original baggage car built by the Budd Company in the early 1950s.
But "them's fightin' words" to guys like Map Joe Gootee, a Buff instructor pilot at Minot Air Force Base, N.
In "The Great Ivy League Nude Posture Scandal," he reveals how the nation's most prestigious colleges allowed a scientist with notions about the meaning of body type that veered close to phrenology to photograph freshmen in the buff.
Robotic finishing cells use 6-axis robots combined with equipment with abrasive belts or wheels, wire brushes or buff wheels, or both to perform programmed, highly efficient grinding, polishing, buffing, satin finishing and deburring operations.
Buff said he thinks the cost increases will affect high-end stainless products as well as promotional items.
Spray buff with a floor machine occasionally to restore the gloss; a diluted solution of floor polish and water can be used for this operation.
In a similar fashion, we can trace backward and determine that the smaller void above and to the left of the asperity we studied after the second buff is due to an alumina particle.
Thought leader Anne Buff to offer perspective on managing data governance programs