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huff

(hŭf)
1. A forced expiration to clear the airways of mucus and other secretions. Taken after a deep breath, a huff clears the upper airways. After a smaller or normal breath, a huff clears secretions from the lower airways.
2. A slang term for inhaling the vapors of glue or solvents; glue-sniffing.
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Ditto for Huffer and his attorney, Frederick Wetzel III.
As chairman and CEO, Huffer has overseen the strategic realignment of Apogee from its roots in the after-market auto glass industry to a provider of value-added glass solutions for commercial buildings and framing art.
They are all in contention and as soon as I know, I will let everyone know," Huffer said.
In the past week the colourful Huffer has found it hard to contain himself after another blistering morning workout by his man.
Huffer said: "He worked brilliantly, and in the last furlong skipped 15 lengths clear of his regular lead horse Banjo Patterson.
For Huffer this was a day that paid for every early morning watching ordinary horses plodding dutifully up the gallops and wondering how to make a living out of them.
Huffer said: "The Irish 2,000 Guineas is under consideration now and the plan is to go there.
And Huffer has been very pleased with the progress his charge has made since that success and is not unduly concerned about the prospect of soft going.
Organiser Jenny Huffer said: "Hundreds of people came to the festival.
Mathew Huffer, sales director at Burton's Foods says: 'There is a now well-established consumer trend for snacking which goes well beyond the consumption of savoury snacks, these days the consumer demands sweet snacking products that are suitable for eating out of home, on the move, snacking and sharing.
move this slowly,'' said Ray Huffer, division chairman of the Transportation Communications International Union.
As we expected, fiscal 2011 started out to be extremely challenging due to the tough commercial construction market conditions," said Russell Huffer, Apogee chairman and chief executive officer.