triff

triff

(trɪf) or

triffic

adj
very good indeed; terrific
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But just seven minutes later Merthyr doubled their lead from the penalty spot after former Cardiff City striker Fleetwood was fouled by Daniel Triff.
But, just seven minutes later Merthyr doubled their lead from the penalty spot after Stuart Fleetwood was fouled by Daniel Triff and Referee Neil Morrison didn't hesitate to award the penalty which Fleetwood converted.
In fact, the attempted break-in leads Gibbs (Mark Harmon) and his team to investigate one of the house's previous tenant -- a homicidal maniac named Paul Triff (French Stewart).
El componente cultural en las ayudas del gobierno de EEUU en apoyo a la SC, tambien con el objetivo de promover un cambio, tema sumamente complejo, es examinado por Triff (2005).
Descriptions like "unmentionables", "offensive, intrusive, and irritating advertising", "socially sensitive products", "decent products", "acceptable advertising" and "advertising ethics" were used to understand the subject matter (Bartos, 1981; Wilson and West, 1981; Aaker and Bruzzone, 1985; Rehman and Brooks, 1987; Triff et al.
Instead we had Dougray Scott as a triff Triffid expert and Joely Richardson as his sidekick.
The Scots star was working with Joely on the new BBC adaptation of The Day Of The Triff ids when Natasha was killed in a skiing accident in March.
Hannah Robbins, Pinsent Masons, Jo Marritt and Triff Simcox, AF Blakemore & Son Ltd
Havana-born composer and violinist Alfredo Triff and vocalist Robert Poveda explore sensual Cuban music, at 8 p.
He does a triff so easily that he and the staff believe he will be able to do a quadriffis - four flips and a half twist - within a year," Mr.
This band includes Andrea Brachfeld, Anthony Blea, Papo Boine, Paquito Pastor, Marco Quintanilla and guests Eddie Drennon, Alfredo Triff, Reinaldo Jorge and many more.