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Adrian Grant Duff (1869—1914) army officer

Alan Duff (b. 1950)

Alexander Duff (1806—1878) missionary

(Alfred) Duff Cooper (1890—1954) diplomatist and politician

Arlie Duff (b. 1924)

Brother Jack McDuff

David Duff

Doomagh Crom Duff

Down Home Blues (Gene Harris/Jack McDuff album)

Down Home Style (Jack McDuff album)

Duff & Phelps Credit Rating Company

Duff Cooper Prize

Duff McKagan


E. (Edward) Gordon Duff (1863—1924) bibliographer

Figgy Duff

George William Duff Assheton Smith (1848—1904) quarry owner and landowner

Henry Duff Traill (1842—1900) satirist and journalist

Hilary Duff (b. 1987)


James C. Duff (1854—1928)

James Cuninghame Grant Duff (1789—1858) army officer in the East India Company and historian

James Duff (1776—1857) army officer in the Spanish service

James Duff (1729—1809) landowner

James Duff Brown (1862—1914) librarian and compiler of music reference books

Jeff Duff

John Duff (1787—1831)

Kirk's Work (Kirk, Rahsaan Roland/Jack McDuff album)

Lucie Duff Gordon (1821—1869) travel writer and translator


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A North American term for organic material (such as dead grass, leaves, conifer needles, and other plant parts) that is in various stages of decomposition on the floor of a forest.

Subjects: Environmental Science.

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