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  • And he jumped on to a chair and thence to the table, but so quietly that the large black cat with four white paws, called Muff, because she was so fat and soft and her fur so long, who sat dozing in front of the fire, just opened one eye and went to sleep again.

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  • And he jumped on to a chair and thence to the table, but so quietly that the large black cat with four white paws, called Muff, because she was so fat and soft and her fur so long, who sat dozing in front of the fire, just opened one eye and went to sleep again.

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  • I know I need to grow up but calling a town "Muff" is kind of funny, I think.

    Muff Ireland & other irish town names

  • Ms Felicity Barbara "Muff" Andersson (42), a former journalist,

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  • Michael "Muff" Lawler was tried in 1876 Schuylkill county Pennsylvania as an accessory to murder and turned state's evidence.

    Muff Lawler the Squealer

  • "I have no tail," he said, his lip drooping, "an 'Paul an' Muff's got late big long ones."

    In the Mist of the Mountains

  • It was written by Steve, his brother Mervyn ( "Muff", later to be a record producer) and their bandleader, the Welshman

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  • Mark Rash, 44, had been charged with threatening a woman to get her not to testify in a hearing against Jamarow "Muff" Trowery, charged with shooting and killing a dog in Homewood.

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  • Freshman Angela "Muff" Mickens had 21 points, nine assists, seven rebounds and five steals.

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  • The enemy is devious and cunning, the Angel said, and controlled by the Dark Forces who killed the Princess. on May 3, 2010 at 3: 26 am Fuzzy Muff

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  • A town in Donegal, Ireland.

    Yes, they have a scuba diving club: http://www.muffdivingclub.ie/

    January 13, 2017