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ruff

(rŭf),
A collar or ruffle.
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Ruff began his career with the company as plant manager in 1984.
Announced on Tuesday, DMX, Eve, Swizz Beatz, The Lox and Drag-On will all reunite on April 21 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn for the Ruff Ryders Reunion Tour and Friends to celebrate 20 years.
Ruff concluded that Turkana Boy's height would have fallen within the range of previously estimated heights of adult H.
The Ruff Hewn home products are slated to appear beginning this fall in 98 Bon-Ton stores and its website.
Ruff said workers are busy cleaning up fallen trees and other damage that occurred during the snow and ice storm in February.
Countless times, Ruff picked up over 200 birds during snow goose hunts across muddy fields.
Reed, 50, and Mr Ruff were both heading west on the A66 at the time.
Ruff Dawg makes a variety of products, mostly throw-and-retrieve toys that encourage activity and interaction with pets.
Even if you don't hunt ruffs exclusively, the skills learned--covering ground efficiently, checking in often, being obedient, hunting with some caution--are good bases for solid pointing dog work on any upland gamebirds you pursue together.
To reduce costs, I have managed much of the rebuild and procurement myself," said Mr Ruff, who lives at Lemmington Hall, near Alnwick.
Ruff said his involvement with the liturgical commission's music committee, "as well as my observation of the Holy See's handling of scandal, has gradually opened my eyes to the deep problems in the structures of authority of our church.
It was also the name of the man who founded the eponymous 'Guide To The Turf', which was published annually from the mid-19th century for well over 100 years, making Ruff synonymous with the equine sport.