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puffing

An expression of opinion regarding positive traits and superior qualities of a property, but not intended as a statement of fact.

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Last year communities along the Wylam to Lemington waggonway also celebrated 200 years since these steam locomotives were used to transport coal and the contribution Hedley's engines such as Puffing Billy made.
The Friends of Puffing Billy was set up to fundraise for those celebrations and plan for the year's events that included walks, a talks programme, sports, school and community engagement.
The technique developed will be useful for the large-scale puffing of amaranth, when it is required to control temperature and residence time.
Ian made the replica of Puffing Billy to keep the little train alive in the memories of millions of Brits who spent their holidays at Butlins.
Following the success of Puffing Billy And The Sharks two more books, Puffing Billy and the Aliens and Puffing Billy and the Gold will be on sale soon.
But the replica also inspired Ian's pal Swin Tempest, also from South Hetton, to illustrate some children's books based on Puffing Billy's adventures, after Swin was asked by Ian to draw a logo for his replica fun train.
His victory has set a trend that has become increasingly obvious in many bars across the San Fernando Valley, the city and the state in the nine months since smoking was outlawed in bars: Enforcement of the prohibition is spotty at best, and smokers are puffing away with impunity.
The Puffing Billy Festival is a whole weekend of exciting activities, organised by the Friends of Puffing Billy, with support from Beamish Museum.
I believe we should campaign for the permanent return of both Puffing Billy from the Science Museum in London and Wylam Dilly from the Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh.
Puffing Billy Festival, inspired by the train of the same name launches on Wednesday, September 4, The programme of talks about the history of early railways has been put together by group Friends of Puffing Billy, which formed earlier this year and is supported by Beamish Museum in County Durham.
Railway genius William Hedley will be celebrated today (Thursday) when a replica of his pioneering locomotive Puffing Billy makes its first appearance.
The Puffing Billy Festival, featuring a series of events, starts on September 4 and has been put together by the Friends of Puffing Billy - supported by Beamish Museum - to celebrate two centuries since the Wylam locomotives started transporting coal from Wylam Colliery to Lemington Staithes on the River Tyne.