buffy


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buffy

(ˈbʌfɪ)
adj, -fier or -fiest
1. of a dull yellow or yellowish-brown colour
2. (Physiology) (of blood) having a light-coloured layer at the upper part of a clot
References in classic literature ?
And didn't she take Fluffy and Buffy, when they didn't have any one to love them, or any place to go?
I've got something ever so much nicer, even, than Fluffy and Buffy for you to bring up.
I mean, the boy is--just like Fluffy and Buffy were when you took them in.
I told him how good you were to me, and to Fluffy and Buffy, and that I knew you would be to him, because of course he's even nicer than cats and dogs.
On the other hand, the Right Honourable William Buffy, M.
As to this point, and as to some minor topics, there are differences of opinion; but it is perfectly clear to the brilliant and distinguished circle, all round, that nobody is in question but Boodle and his retinue, and Buffy and HIS retinue.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: 20 Years of Slaying: The Watcher's Guide.
Buffy Williams is the brains behind Canolfan Pentre, a hub for learning, skills and employment activities, as well as for pre-school, mother and toddler groups and clubs for older residents.
Sarah Michelle Gellar, who led the cast as the fun and bubbly Buffy Summer, posted a throwback photo featuring one of the show's iconic scenes.
On March 10, 1997, a teenager named Buffy Summers (http://www.
A "Putin calendar" released last year shows a picture of the Russian President (who was Prime Minister at the time of his visit) holding Buffy tight, with the text above reading: "Dogs and I have very warm feelings for each other".
I encountered Buffy in the early '60s, when I was the New York Times reporter on the West Coast.