tawny


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tawny

(ˈtɔni)
mod. excellent. Who is throwing this tawny party anyway?
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Tawny has strutted her stuff in the boxing ring before but it's the first time she'll have worked with UFC star McGregor.
One of the birds was a Steppe eagle of a Russian breed, the other is a Tawny eagle of an African breed - sadly neither of the birds made it.
I bought a bottle, for example, of Bleasdale, 'The Wise One' Ten-Year-Old Tawny from The Wine Society.
TAWNY OWL CALL THE tawny owl, Britain's most common owl, produces the classic twit-twoo call.
old Port My new Taylors pals (I'll be expecting Christmas cards) tell me that if you pop the Tawny in the fridge as you first sit down to dinner, it will be the perfect temperature by the time you get to dessert.
This is a small, pleasant English memoir of life with a pet tawny owl.
Tawny crazy ants pick fights with fire ants and win, thanks to a previously unknown way of detoxifying fire ant venom.
As in so many of life's endeavors, there are two basic ways to go: with a very fruit forward and silky port like Six Grapes Reserve from our friends at Graham's, which is bottled relatively young, or with a more mature tawny port aged for at least 10 years.
A pair of tawny frogmouths often sit in the trees outside our windows and a couple of years ago we discovered their nesting tree.
Founded in 1692, the house now owns the brands of Taylor's, Fonseca and Croft's, and ships the complete range, including vintage, tawny, ruby, late-bottled vintage and white.
A BEAUTIFUL tawny owl has been released back into the wilds in the Vale of Clwyd after it was struck by a car.