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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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Huff and Peterson made plenty in their respective programs.
'Supporting high-value businesses with tax breaks or less regulations will allow China's industries to spawn more innovation and more sustainable, higher productivity,' Huff said.
Although the system can be tweaked with a few mouse clicks, Huff adds that lenders receive a lot of functionality without using that option.
"We also need to gain a better understanding of how big data and new technologies can be used to benefit both consumers and the industry," said Huff. "I look forward to working with consumer and industry groups to help identify new or redesigned products that truly meet the needs of American consumers."
While her decision did not respond directly to the request for summary judgment, Judge Huff explained that the purpose for such a suit is to "quiet or stabilize an uncertain or disputed jural relation either as to present or prospective obligations.
"Africa is a market that has a massive supply and demand imbalance, when it comes to housing in general, and student housing in particular," Huff explained.
Wal-Mart has sued Huff and Bob's Studio of Photography, her father-in-law and husband's business.
Chip Kelly didn't personally make the call, but Huff knew he would be packing his bags for Philadelphia moments before the Ducks' star wide receiver was announced as the Eagles' third-round pick (No.
It's hard to improve on the 'perfect team in the perfect time slot,' but adding Aubrey Huff does just that," said Jason Barrett, Program Director for 95.7 The Game.
(http://midwestcityok.org/police-chief) Midwest City Police Chief Brandon Clabes told (http://www.newson6.com/story/22714568/mwc-police-chief-narrates-hostage-video-at-walmart-store) News 9 in Oklahoma City that Huff believed Wallace harmed the 2-year-old or was about to harm herwhen he used deadly force.
The simple good versus evil plot line takes its time, and Huff spares little opportunity to embroider fine description into the parallel coming-of-age tales of Mirian and Tomas.
HUFF, director of the MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE, has been appointed to lead a national task force on insurance regulation.