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huffer

(ˈhəfɚ)
n. a person (teenager) who inhales glue vapors or some other solvent for a high. (Drugs.) The age of the huffers has come to an end. Now they start out on crack.
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Rock star Steve Harley (right) congratulates trainer Geoff Huffer after Cockney Rebel won the Irish 2000 Guineas at The Curragh Picture, JULIAN HERBERT/GETTY IMAGES
BOWING OUT: Olivier Peslier and the Geoff Huffer-trained Cockney Rebel land the Irish 2000 Guineas at The Curragh in May - now Huffer is to retire.
He'll be a better horse than he was in Ireland GEOFF HUFFER
Huffer listed $3 million in debts and $583,849 in assets.
Huffer had been sales director at Burton's Biscuits for two years.
At that event, she met a woman who was so impressed with her work, she asked Huffer to design a piece of jewelry that she and her husband had unsuccessfully searched for for many years.
To fight the temptation, Amy vows to avoid other huffers and make friends who don't use inhalants or other substances.
I've witnessed a great deal of change in my 25 years with Apogee," Huffer said.
CLASSIC-WINNING trainer Geoff Huffer is planning a sensational return to the ranks after the expiry of a four-year BHA ban for his part in a conspiracy case at Lingfield in 2008.
I had one of our fellow trainees from the line shack unhook the huffer from the tractor but not before I looked back to make sure it was ready to disconnect.
The colt, trained by Geoff Huffer, hurt his near-fore tendon while cantering and plans to run him in the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes later this month have had to be scrapped.
The colt, handled by Geoff Huffer, hurt his near-fore tendon in a freak incident while cantering, and plans to run him in the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes later this month have had to be scrapped.
The Val Royal colt, who takes his name from the 70's tunesmiths fronted by Steve Harley, has catapulted one-time top trainer Geoff Huffer back into the big time.
Huffer, who sent out Persian Heights to win the race in 1988, believes the best is still to come from the Val Royal colt.
Trainer Geoff Huffer was delighed with the three-year-old's work on Cambridge Road polytrack at Newmarket yesterday.