(1) He gave her a biff on the face when she tried to muscle in on his games.(2) The next moment he felt an extreme biff on his right upper-leg and the cold iron of a horseshoe pressed deep and hard in his flesh.(3) I gave him a biff on the nose and he turned nasty.(4) That means, of course, we would go back to the olden days when we, the public, knew who to biff if something went wrong.(5) Did they embrace him because, secretly, they would all like to biff the paparazzi?(6) A first biff blocked, he was undaunted as the rebound sat up for him to send a screamer into the top corner.(7) I suddenly felt a biff on the back of the neck and my neck became cold and wet.(8) He then lifted his hand and gave him a biff over the head.(9) I jumped on the bed, and began to biff him with a pillow.(10) Then I walked in, grabbed one of the aggressors and gave him a biff .(11) Even without an accident, standing passengers who lose their balance can and do unintentionally inflict pain on others with a biff from an elbow, a blow from a briefcase and the crushing of toes from staggering feet.(12) Whereas now, if somebody assaulted a member of my family, for example, I wouldn't go round and biff them, I'd take them to court.(13) First, why does a civilised society tolerate a system by which thugs are, in effect, authorised to biff people?(14) I blocked the first few of his punches with my arms and the mop, but he eventually got the best of me and biffed me in the chest so hard that I doubled over in pain, short of breath, dropping the mop to the deck.(15) But I don't go around biffing people, certainly not.(16) Rugby is the all-time leader in biffs and bangs and broken bones, but you don't often die.