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Definition of Luffer

Luffer
Luffer Luf"fer, n. (Arch.) See Louver.

Meaning of Luffer from wikipedia

- In sailing, luffing refers to when a sailing vessel is steered far enough toward the direction of the wind ("windward"), or the sheet controlling a sail...
- Luff or luffing may refer to: Arthur P. Luff (1855–1938), British physician and forensic scientist Jennifer D. Luff, American historian John N. Luff (1860–1938)...
- A level-luffing crane is a crane mechanism where the hook remains at the same level whilst luffing; moving the jib up and down, so as to move the hook...
- An Evening with Beverly Luff Linn is an American-British crime comedy film directed by Jim Hosking. It stars Aubrey Plaza, Emile Hirsch, Jemaine Clement...
- in Luffness are traditional farm cottages; among its notable buildings are Luffness Castle (also known as Luffness House) and Luffness Mill. Luffness New...
- David Luff (born 1969), is a former senior journalist with the Sydney-based, Rupert Murdoch-owned newspaper The Daily Telegraph, and a former senior media...
- windward leech may be called a luff (see below). Luff – The forward (leading) edge of a fore-and-aft sail is called the luff, and may be attached along a...
- Luffness Castle, also known as Luffness House, is a house built in a former fortification near the village of Aberlady, East Lothian, Scotland. The lands...
- Sophie Natasha Luff (born 6 December 1993) is an English cricketer who plays for Somerset and Western Storm. Luff came from a cricketing family in Lympsham...
- Robert Charles William Luff, CBE (7 July 1914 – 18 February 2009) was a British theatrical agent and producer. He was most notable for producing the stage...
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