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boff

(bɑf)
1. tv. to punch someone. Ted boffed Harry playfully.
2. in. to empty one’s stomach; to vomit. (see also barf.) She boffed and boffed, until she was exhausted.
3. tv. & in. to copulate [with] someone. (Usually objectionable.) They were boffing in the faculty lounge and the principal caught them.
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Boff explores a new insight, "God is Mystery to us and to Godself.
Boff finds that the progressive attrition that took hold earlier in 1918 bore fruit in the Hundred Days campaign as the German Army became progressively less capable of defense in depth or effective counterattack, and its formations gradually disintegrated as they remained committed and the system of reserves broke down.
Boff said the pope's style in the past six years, which he described as "bureaucratic" and "tough", "has made a lot of people feel like the Church is not their spiritual home any more.
This increased activity has happened disproportionately in the Olympic boroughs," the Daily Mail quoted Boff as telling The Times.
BCD has promoted Alexandra Tur boff to the position of director of real estate.
But after shutting his Facebook page, Ebison re-opened it under the name of his beloved moggy Pierre le Boff.
An adopted only child and early school leaver, he works for his stepfather, Uncle Boff, a big-hearted simple man and scrap merchant.
Infuriating everyone with his naff song Biff, Baff, Boff and branded a slimy sex pest by glamour girl Nicola McLean, David still hung on to his place in the camp for 16 days.
DAVID and Timmy plan to release their Biff Baff Boff jungle tune as single - hoping to beat the X Factor to the Christmas No1.
The other three contenders on the shortlist are IT consultant and former Hackney councillor Andrew Boff, businesswoman and Kensington & Chelsea councillor Victoria Borwick and economist Warwick Lightfoot, also a Kensington and Chelsea councillor.
The pope will not stop this emigration if he does not give more liberty for the church to incarnate popular culture, speak the language of the poor and open its doors for people to celebrate God as they like,'' theologian Leonardo Boff, 68, told the daily O Globo.
I call her The Boff because she is a real boffin and a lot smarter than me when it comes to business.
The anti-communist passions that supported the rise of Solidarnosc and the fall of totalitarian communism in Poland and elsewhere were manifest in Latin America in a hard-edged suppression of liberation-theology-inspired dissent; Leonardo Boff and Archbishop Romero of El Salvador come to mind.
Additional comrades at SPF from the Tricontinental days include Daniel Ortega, Sandinista chief and co-founder of SPF; Shafik Handal, FMLN terrorist group founder and former general secretary of the Communist Party of El Salvador; Leonardo Boff and Frei Betto of Brazil, two of the leading lights of "liberation theology" since the 1960s; Marco Aurelio Garcia, Brazilian Communist and SPF executive secretary; Mario Marulanda Velez, maximum leader of FARC, Colombia's narco-terrorist army; and Ahmed Ben Bella, former Algerian dictator and 1960s leader of the Communist FLN terrorists in Algeria.
Grundzage einer okumenischen Hermeneutik im Dialog mit Leonardo Boff und Raimon Panikkar (Hermeneutische Untersuchungen zur Theologie vol.