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Fishing with his grandmother Loni James from the dock of her Fort Lauderdale home, 7-year-old Hudson Ferenc caught a juvenile tripletail as well as a grunt, mangrove snappers and puffers.
Decked out in colorful puffers, metallic snow pants and trendy sneakers, SZA’s crew also made the hills their runway.
View Slideshow Backstage at the Moncler Gamme Bleu spring 2018 Milan show, models zipped up in velvet, plaid, and metallic puffers.
Her Name on Her Clothes In another shot, Hadid looked like a high fashion astronaut in a silver Chanel cape, puffer jacket and knee-high boots, posing in front of a spaceship at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
Approaching slowly, the moray eyes the puffer, pauses to assess its target, and then suddenly springs into action, grasping the unsuspecting pufferfish in its jaws.
After all, how interesting would the world be without oversized sleeveless puffer clothes made out of something resembling mylar to pull from our closets?
Then there are the colorful glass puffer fish that have been converted into lamps, and the wood paneling and fish netting that finish off the intimate space.
PUFFERs have reached the prototype stage after 18 months of collaboration between NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, UC Berkeley, and the Distant Focus Corporation in Champaign, Illinois, which made the microscope.
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Definition of puffer for English Language Learners
: a type of poisonous fish that can inflate its body with air so that it forms a ball
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