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Harder shots, called raffa, are used to knock an opponent's ball (s) out of the way.
And now, as a new arrival in Highwood, I know where I'll be spending a few nights a week, perfecting my street-corner Italian, refining my taste for limoncello, and practicing my raffa shot.
On Wednesday, the pros came in for the punto, raffa and volo matches, which are more complicated bocce games that require more precise shots.
Welcome back Lincoln Burrows … …. we haven't always seen eye to eye, but welcome back anyways anonymous - December 6th, 2009 at 10: 01 pm if raffa is going nowhere liverpool is going nowhere to isaac hunt - December 6th, 2009 at 10: 46 pm everybody is starting to overeact. why?
you need to come out of the closet. proclame to the world your love of everything raffa
I seriuosly wish i was the manager of this club for the start of next year i would win the league, the euro cup, carling cup, fa cup, euro super cup and every other cup out there after all i can do it on Fifa10. anonymous - December 6th, 2009 at 12: 52 pm all lfc fans should shout raffa out raffa out raffa out next game or we are doomed. all mufc fans are very happy with raffa he is the worse manager in the prem wake up kop for god sake to save our season raffa must go 100% anonymous - December 6th, 2009 at 12: 56 pm