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lofter

(ˈlɒftə)
n
(Golf) golf obsolete a type of club used for lofting the ball
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The set includes four clubs "Play Club" (driver), "Cleek," "Mid-iron" (6/7-iron) and "Lofter" (8/9-iron) in addition to a putter, which resembles a modern fairway wood.
Mr Sanders said he saw green bags being treated as black bag sin Lofter Street, Canton, two weeks ago.
Han lofter hendene til forsvar pa fleip (vakre, lange fingre, ser hun straks, MENS hun undres pa om han ogsa er klar over det).
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