"Isn't she the jolly best bluffer you ever heard?"
Buffer won the smaller purse, but the Captain came from the races, a much poorer man than when they commenced.
Mug's an awful chump, but he's a good-natured old duffer, and you and I'll do the fighting."
SEE Huffer, Fred K. CHARTERIS, LESLIE.
This is very astute practice.--Then again there is the PUFFER AND CONDENSER, wherein, if matter be wanting in the work, a prefacial waggon is put before the chapteral pony, the former acting the part of pemican, or concentrated essence, the latter representing the liquid necessary for cooking it; the whole forming a potage au lecteur, known among professional men as "soldier's broth."
Johnson, though his experience was rougher than any of the three, loved Oxford as though she had not been a harsh stepmother to his youth.
The old-fashioned square piano looked in its element placed across one corner, with the four tall silver candlesticks and snuffer tray on the shining mahogany.
This dye is expensive, and scarlet flowers are best made with the plumage of the red ibis, which can generally be had of a bird-fancier or bird-stuffer, who will give directions how it should be applied.
Lord, stop me, come to my aid; suffer not this shame and this crime."
A. It becomes tougher or stronger as it is heated, till it reaches a temperature Of 550 degrees when it rapidly decreases its power of resistance as it is heated beyond this temperature.