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tawny

slang Excellent. Primarily heard in US. They put on a tawny festival down there for spring break.

tawny

(ˈtɔni)
mod. excellent. Who is throwing this tawny party anyway?
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"Most people would expect that a bird like the tawny owl, with its sharp beak and big talons, would not be taken because of the risk of injury to the attacker."
Mike said twitchers had flocked to see the Isabelline Wheatear and as they clamoured for a glimpse they stumbled across the Tawny Pipit.
My latest discoveries are the Martinez ten-year-old (Connollys pounds 10.99, 50 cl) and the Noval 20-year-old tawny (Tanners pounds 34.60).
The basic difference is in their names: if the wine is called a Ruby, it's ruby in color, while a Tawny Port is light brown to orange brown in color, because of the changes due to so many years (five or more) in the barrel.
T here were streaks of grey in his ma ne of tawny h air and his bushy eyebrows; he had keen yellowish eyes behind a pair of wire-rimmed spec tacles and a certain rangy , loping grac e even though he walked with a slight limp.
Penfolds Magill Tawny - intense caramel and hazelnut characteristics, rich but not cloying, this port style wine is particularly good served slightly chilled (pounds 4.99 per half).
Though the Tawny Owl and the cop were browned off, the girls thought it all a hoot.
Pubescence color is conditioned by the T locus with T (tawny) dominant over t (grey; Palmer and Kilen, 1987).
Feast of Ashes, which can be tedious in less-strikin productions, has never been better dances, Hanlon's towering charisma generated the dynamics necessary to control the fated of her daughters, portrayed by Jennifer Cavanaugh, Angela Brown, kimberly Crowder, Tawny Rose Wall, and the defiant Anita Sun Pacylowski.
Male tawny owls make this noise to mark their territory and advertise their presence to any nearby females.
Haffkine is back with the release of 'Aye Aye MariJuana (Mary Jane)' from the husband and wife duo Tawny River.
Tawny owls, blackbirds, crows, starlings, blue tits, ducks and even woodpeckers - they have all been cared for at the "inundated" centre and the vast majority have been babies.
Margaret Mottram, of the Thurlstone Owl Sanctuary, shows a young tawny owl to Adam and Ben Whitehead, of Golcar.
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