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huffy

mod. angry; haughty. Now, don’t get huffy. I said I was sorry, didn’t I?
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I just know that the Patriots were pretty huffy about Ray Lewis last year, so now maybe they should pipe down about players with records on other teams.
Huffy Corporation (USA) has more than a hundred years of experience in the bicycle business and its bicycles are hallmarks of innovative design, high-quality components, proven durability and time-tested performance.
Team: Martin, Di Napoli, Dobson, Dunne, Wells, Dunne (jnr), Stacey, Fielding, Brown, Huffy, Green, Lawton.
It's time all three X Factor judges stopped behaving like huffy babies and just did what they're paid to do.
He spent seven years at Huffy, known for sporting goods and retail services.
It affected 2,050 Southern California Edison customers in neighborhoods west of Bouquet Canyon Road, east of Solamint Road and south of Huffy Street, utility spokesman Tom Boyd said.
The Finnish sports equipment and tobacco company Amer Group Plc said on Tuesday (2 December) that its winter sports division Atomic was acquiring the Volant ski brand from the US company Huffy Corporation.
Menasha provides the design services, marketing support, display fabrication and printing for customers such as Rayovac, General Mills, Kimberly-Clark, Hershey Foods and Huffy Sports.
Much of the comedy worked: Tiny Igor Slowpokin (Manolo Molina), as Siegfried's confidante Benno, made a huffy exit, tripping ignominiously over a kneeling swan and in chagrin, gave her a kick.
CTC, which has proprietary technology for compression molding thermoplastics with long-glass reinforcements, has used gas assist on two PP/long-glass parts--a cargo carrier for Reese Products (shown here) and basketball backboards for Huffy Sports.
The debate over electron transfer, at times, has gotten quite huffy.
Isn't it sad to think that a younger woman, so much more likely to receive such a compliment, would have come over all huffy, muttering harassment under her breath and that it's only when we're older, and compliments that much rarer, that we are finally able to enjoy them as the genuine little fillip they can surely be?
He cites, for example, the 1998 Ohio State University public forum, staged at a time when the Clinton Administration was preparing voter opinion for what it thought would be a new round of attacks on Iraq, at which Secretary of State Madeleine Albright acted huffy and disdainful of the public when audience members barraged her with the sort of antagonistic questions from which she is normally screened.
CENTERVILLE, Ohio -- Huffy Corporation, marketer and distributor of bicycles bearing the Huffy[R] brand, is bringing it all together to give consumers a smooth ride.
A for effort For every ying there is a yang and for every huffy celebrity who is moody and uncooperative in interviews there is Demi Lovato.