from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To strike or punch.
- n. A blow or punch.
- n. Upper Midwest Variant of biffy.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A sudden, sharp blow or punch.
- n. : A wipeout.
- v. To strike such a blow.
- v. To discard; to throw out; to throw away.
- v. : To wipeout; to faceplant; to fall.
"The next instant, before she could prance away again, the _other_ end of that slim, black tip swung out of the branch and whipped itself round and round her body, and a black head, with sharp fangs in it, hit her _biff, biff, biff_! on the nose.
Now, like biff is proclaiming, I dont have any homophobic tendencies.
I guess we have a new cvillenesian, folks! biff is creating what seems to be "forums within forums".
All of these properties are also stored in the folder cache (nsIMsgFolderCache) to avoid opening up all of the databases just to figure out how many unread messages are in each folder. nsIMsgAccountManager and nsIMsgBiffManager are two managers that handle account creation and the periodic mail download (generally called biff), respectively.
He calls himself "biff" – what do you expect from him, an original thought or something?
I think it was "biff" who made that conclusion based on being online about the same time of day.
Central Powers no end of a "biff" in this particular quarter.
An example: there's bus ads for shows like Nurse Jackie with the slogan "Our heroes have more fun" complete with "biff" "bam" and "pow" sound effects on the images.
This is a rare intrusion of 'biff' in a contest that has seen Brash say he did not go hard at Clark in a televised debate because she was a woman.
About: KBiff is a KDE "biff" or new mail notification utility.
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