pluff

pluff

(plʌf)
n
a blowpipe or popguna smoky emission from the firing of a guna powder puff or other padded object
adj
swollen or puffed up
vb
to expel in puffsto puff or blow outto become puffed
adv
in a pluffy manner
interj
explosive noise
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There was something S&W's director of marketing communications, Paul Pluff, wanted to share.
At the same time, we were informed that the new product was part of the M&P line, but Paul Pluff, S&W's director of marketing, was still resolute in maintaining our clueless-ness.
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The number of Thompson/Center orders is strong," said Paul Pluff, Smith & Wesson director of marketing communications.
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As I spoke, pluff came a spurt of smoke with a red tongue in it--a second of suspense, and whi-s-s-s-h, right for us came the round shot within a foot of our heads, plumped into the ground, with a storm of dust and small stones, beyond us, then rising rushed over the wall into the chiefs camp.
Only the state's three largest cities -- Fort Smith, Little Rock and Pine Pluff -- and North Little Rock received manufacturing businesses.
Smith & Wesson spokesman, Paul Pluff, also stated a recent article that, "I see it as somewhat of a conflict of interest and we don't do it.
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Paul Pluff of S&W noted that in the old days, it took up to 12 machines to finish a cylinder.
We've found our M&P15-22 to be a strong seller in the consumer market," said Paul Pluff, S&W marketing director.
ban of semiautomatics is unjustified," said Smith & Wesson's Paul Pluff.