BIFF

Battlefield Identification Friend or Foe

BIFF

Binary Interchange File Format

Biff

Biff is slang for a blow with the hand.
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Biff

Binary Interchange File Format / To hit, details ......
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Biff

biff is a mail notification system for UNIX. == Usage == When a new mail message is delivered, the program biff alerts the recipient so he can read it immediately. The alert is sent to the tty where the recipient is logged in, and contains the Subject, From line, and first few lines of the body of the new message. The alert also includes terminal ...
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Biff

[cartoon] Biff are British cartoonists, perhaps best known for cartoon strips appearing in The Guardian from 1985 onwards (Biff Weekend ran weekly for 20 years). Also featured on many postcards, Biff cartoons have appeared in books, Viz and, since 2001, the magazine of the Rough Guides. ==History== Chris Garratt and Mick Kidd are the creato...
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Biff

Biff is slang for a blow with the hand.
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Biff

[Naval Acronyms and Slang] Someone who spends a lot of time off sick
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Biff

[name] Biff is a given name, a nickname (often awarded based on physical stature{citation needed|date=May 2014}) or part of a stage name. ==People== ===Nickname=== ===Given name=== ===Stage name=== ==Fictional characters== ==Animals== ...
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BIFF

BIFF, later sometimes B1FF, was a pseudonym on, and the prototypical newbie of, Usenet. BIFF was created as and taken up as a satire of a partly amusing, partly annoying, mostly unwelcome intrusion into a then fairly rarefied community. BIFF had a Commodore Vic-20 at first and a Commodore 64 later. BIFF posts were limited to 40 character lines to ...
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biff

to fall or crash.
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