dilf


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dilf

 (dĭlf)
n.
A man considered sexually desirable by a considerably younger person.

[d(ad) I('d) l(ike to) f(uck).]
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These fibres, arising from the posterior occipito-temporal gyrus, are located inferiorly and medially to the dILF, IFOF, and sagittal stratum previously described.
--arrugola: questa e la base lemmatica dell'italianismo (anche secondo il DILF); CSR lo mettono nella spiegazione, ma non in posizione di lemma.
1 February 2010 - Denmark's seasonally adjusted purchasing managers index (PMI) gained 7.4 points to 57.1 between December 2009 and January 2010, breaking the neutral level for the first time since June 2008, the Danish Purchasing and Logistics Forum (DILF) said today.
51]); Al Yaqubi (906); Al-Astakhri (who died in 951); Al-Massudi (957) gave us some information about Kurdish tribes in the book Marwaj Al-Dhahab, published in 1965; Aba Dilf Bin Al-Muhalhal Al-Khazraji in 951 visited Kirmanshan and talked about the skill of a Kurdish carpenter on the walls of Qasri Shireen and the life of Kurdish cities; Al-Muqadasi (1048), Ibn Al-Bulkhi (1106); and others.
The interagency task force, consisting of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), Department of Tourism (DOT) and Department of the Interior and Local Governments (DILF), is set to conduct a meeting on September 28 to further discuss the guidelines for the reopening of Boracay on October 26.
Eduardo Ano, DILF officer-in-charge, said that while the country observed the solemnity of the Holy Week, the LGU should also guarantee the public of their safety.
But since Chyna was having her own party, the Kardashian sisters wanted to throw Rob a "DILF" party. 
This contract is to organize review sessions A1.1 DILF, to persons who have completed a training course as part of a learning device of the French set up by the French Office for Immigration and Integration (OFII).
4 January 2010 - Denmark's seasonally adjusted purchasing managers index (PMI) gained 2.4 points to 48.9 between November and December 2009, reaching the highest level since September 2008, the Danish Purchasing and Logistics Forum (DILF) said today.
Looking like Destiny's DILF. Looking like the Alternate Universe version of our Current Political Universe.
Tenders are invited for organization of A1.1 DILF exam sessions for the benefit of persons who have completed a training course as part of a learning device of the French set up by the French Office for Immigration and Integration (OFII).
1 December 2009 - Denmark's seasonally adjusted purchasing managers index (PMI) declined 2.3 points to 46.1 between October and November, staying for 17 months in a row below the neutral level, the Danish Purchasing and Logistics Forum (DILF) said today.