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biff

1. verb To strike or hit someone. Ever since you biffed that bully in the face, he's left everyone alone.
2. verb To fall, tumble, or crash. I biffed so many times when I went skiing that it wasn't a very enjoyable experience.
3. noun A strike or hit. Oh geez, that biff didn't even come close to hitting the punching bag!

biff

(bɪf)
1. tv. to hit someone. Tom biffed Fred on the snoot.
2. n. a blow. The biff on the nose gave Fred a nosebleed.
3. in. to fall; to fail; to crash. His bike hit a bump and he biffed.
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Brigadier General Alfredo Rosario, commander of the 602nd Army Brigade based in Cotabato, confirmed that a house was hit during the aerial assault but said that house owner, Ali Masla, was a BIFF member.
Around 30 members of a BIFF faction led by Abu Toraife were believed holed up in the area.
The equipment being supplied is compliant with a BIFF standard that has been jointly established by France, Germany, the UK and the US and operates in the 33 to 40 GHz frequency band.
He said ground troops recovered 14 firearms and the body of a BIFF fighter at Barangay Pidsandawan.
Joann Petinglay, speaking for the Sixth Infantry Division, said combined elements of 37th Infantry Battalion and the 14th Mechanized Company of the 1st Mechanized Infantry Brigade, found the abandoned camp in Sitio Tatapan, Barangay Kitango, Datu Saudi Ampatua, Maguindanao after villagers tipped off the military it was a BIFF camp left after a brief clash Monday night.
Encinas said information reaching the military showed that Tudon and his men were engaged in drug dealing, along with Abdulatif Pendaliday, known as 'Grasscutter,' a BIFF leader operating in Datu Paglas and nearby towns.
But the military claimed that more than 50 BIFF combatants were killed during the operations that resulted in I the recovery of a BIFF camp in Maguindanao.
But Maningkala's life as a BIFF fighter being hunted by soldiers ended right there.
He said eight BIFF gunmen were also injured and that a BIFF bomb expert and his wife had been captured.
Tayong said the BIFF gunmen, numbering around 10, were led by Guinda Mamaluba, a BIFF sub-leader.
Harold Cabunoc, commander of the Army's 33rd Infantry Battalion, said firearms were also seized during Friday's early morning raid on the lair of Sindatok Dilna, alias 'Motolite,' a BIFF leader under Commander Gani Saligan.
Napoleon Alcarioto, 602nd Brigade spokesperson, said Abraham Cutay, who was scheduled to graduate from a six-month Citizens Armed Forces Geographical Unit training on Thursday, was killed by a BIFF recruit in front of his wife as they tried to flee Barangay Malagakit.
On Thursday, the decomposing body of a man, believed to be a BIFF fighter based on his fatigue uniform with a BIFF logo, was found in the village of Tee.
Petinglay said troops also seized a BIFF camp in the village of Kitango, Datu Saudi Ampatuan town after their ground and artillery attacks on Saturday.
"He was a farmer and at the same time an MILF member, but not a BIFF fighter," said a relative of one of the dead rebels.