Dexter Brereton) â¦ So That We Can Show Mercy Without Fear. Christmas bouff for âzessers and wessersâ from President Weekes A pandemic Christmas: Churches shut, borders complicated Trinidad and Tobagoâs weather: Cloudy with showers Birds are a myth made by the government to spy on us with drones Sebastian is a major character in Disney's 1989 animated feature film The Little Mermaid. He is a red, Jamaican-accented crab who serves as King Triton's advisor and "distinguished" court composer and singer-songwriter. The paper started life as the Trinidad Guardian on Sunday 2nd September 1917 by the newly formed Trinidad Publishing Company Limited. A man who yesterday posted a social media video of an apparent threat to police officers was later forced to apologise and then hauled to the police station for an outstanding warrant. (By Fr. Recently, there was a newspaper headline in Trinidad about the prime minister and a female television host, âRowley lose cool bouff Hemaâ. Mind you, he was the head of the social policy unit but Dennisâ reputation was so large that for us he was the PIOJ at that time, and the stories we heard were none too niceâhe gave two of my classmates as we say in Trinidad, a good bouff, after they came back five minutes late from lunch on â¦ Despite his esteemed position, Sebastian is regularly tasked with watching over Triton's youngest daughter, Princess Ariel. The Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Servic. In Trinidadian English a âbouffâ (rhymes with âwoofâ) is a scolding or a reprimand gently â but more often harshly administered by one person on another.This might occur when that person has done something wrong or when their performance at some task is inadequate. Even as protests in Port-of-Spain continued for a second day yesterday, the man appeared in a social media video saying, âRight now anything [â¦] This rings true here with chanmé, which came from méchant, meaning badly behaved or âwickedâ and ordinarily used to describe a child.You will hear Parisians using it to mean âwickedâ in the modernised, positive sense of the word. âWE ARE actively looking at regulation,â said Regan Asgarali, controller at the Intellectual Property Office, in response to a direct question about issues arising from this yearâs Carnival copyright confusion. bouff translation in French - English Reverso dictionary, see also 'bouffer',bouffi',bouffer',bouffée', examples, definition, conjugation Many modern French slang words come from other words having been inverted. The Trinidad and Tobago Guardian is the longest running daily newspaper in the country, marking its centenary in 2017. Entornointeligente.com / Recently, there was a newspaper headline in Trinidad about the prime minister and a female television host, âRowley lose cool bouff Hemaâ. ... as it can mean possible aggravation of heart or lung disease in people with cardiopulmonary disease and older adults.