cuffin

cuffin

(ˈkʌfɪn)
n
slang a man; chap
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During three hearings the men - Aled Gray, 34, of no fixed address from Holyhead, Cain Michael Jones, 22, of Bodlondeb Terrace, Holyhead, David Jason Cuffin, 41, of Ponthwfa Terrace, Holyhead, Matthew Phillip Jones, 28, of Hazlewood Close, Mochdre, Lee Eastham Jones, 27, of Elwy Gardens, Llandudno, Liam Joseph Roberts, 29, of Seabank Road, Rhyl, Phillip John Scarisbrick, 36, of Mossgate Road, Liverpool, Jordan Ryan Peeks, 36, of Mallow Road, Manchester, and Lee Bamber, 44, of Cholmodeley Road, Salford - spoke only to confirm their names, addresses and dates of birth.
Bryson Tiller trynna shift cuffin season to summer smh," tweeted another.
FORMER deputy headteacher at Rhyl High School and prominent local figure Glyn Cuffin has died at St Kentigern Hospice, St Asaph.
As the charity's development officer for the Central Belt, James Cuffin knows the benefits people get from gliding down a slope on a set of skis.
Richard Cuffin, 58, of Culverhouse Cross, Cardiff, said: "It's very unfair.
Best gross was won by the Lear Corporation's N Proctor on 73 with C Cuffin (LTI Ltd) and P Gabbitas (Viasystems) both on 76.
An Andy Bell penalty helped third-placed Bebington Athletic to a 1-1 draw against Bronze Social Reserves (Robbie Cameron), while a late winner from new signing Phil Cuffin helped Little Sutton (Derek Eason 2) to record a thrilling 5-4 success over a battling Rangers Breaks (Steve Griffiths 2).
They are Aled Gray, aged 34 and Michael Cain Jones, 22, both of Holyhead, Matthew Phillip Jones, 28, of Mochdre, Lee Eastham Jones, 27, of Llandudno Junction, Liam Joseph Roberts, 29, of Penmaenmawr, Phillip John Scarisbrick, 36, of Liverpool Jordan Ryan Peeks, 36 and Lee Bamber, 44 both from Manchester, and David Cuffin, 41, from Holyhead Operation Zeus Senior Investigating Officer, Det Insp Lee Boycott, said: "Despite a number of people having been charged, I'd still like to hear from anyone else who can assist us in our objective of tackling serious and organised crime.
THE May Stableford at North Warwickshire had little daylight between the division leaders with Fred Cuffin having a better back nine to eclipse Ross Alexander with 41 points, while in Division Two Paul Dicks just accounted for Mike Bedford after both had pencilled in 37.
Pam Cuffin is the full-time activities officer at the new home in the village.
The intrepid six -brothers Dennis and Cliff Hadley,Gareth Goswell,Chris Burnell,Gareth Cuffin and leader Raymond Williams, along with a five man back-up team, set off at 8pm on Monday night.