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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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So for the photos Huff took before 1978, "the law is going to favor Wal-Mart," Shipley predicted.
When I got the call, that '2-1-5' popped up on my phone and I immediately started to cry," Huff said.
But you can't know the magnitude until you see it for yourself," Huff explains.
The British driver attempted a pass at one of the chicanes which led to contact between the two cars and it was Huff who emerged in the lead.
A late safety car period left the race result hinging on a last-lap restart and Huff held his nerve as team-mate Jason Plato was shoved out of the lead by Honda's Matt Neal.
Things were finally moving in Younger Huffs favor, but she still needed to work during the year while the new building was being built.
Huff spoke to The Advocate's Patrick Letellier about the incident and "why she's ensure about filing a lawsuit.
However, said Arrowhead's counsel, important information that could cause the reversal or modification of a judgment on the jury's decision is in motions now pending before Judge Huff.
Current procedures required the use of an MB-1 chain restraint device that was both costly and not readily available," said Huff.
Albertson's mission stores are a good example," says Huff.
And one thing more," the Huff voice rolled on relentlessly.
Of course, right now his favorite part is when I huff end puff end blow his hair off his forehead.