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Brown·ing

(brown'ing),
William, U.S. anatomist and neurologist, 1855-1941. See: Browning vein.

browning

A slang term for anal intercourse.
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ALONE: Toddler tied up, then woman in brown coat (inset) walks off with her
Mr Groskop wore a long brown coat and they both took photographs.
The designer dressed the director in a fitted brown coat with gaudy paisley patch embroidery on one side.
She was last seen wearing a long brown coat, jeans and boots.
Moose are especially dangerous to drivers as their dark brown coat and tall stature keeps their eyes above the height where they would reflect headlights.
The dog is big and strong, its muscles obvious under its light brown coat.
Nahan, wearing a simple brown coat, replied: "I got it from the network," and then went onto the next question.
When last seen, Nilofar was wearing jeans, a short brown coat and carrying a blue rucksack.
That's followed by a brown coat (it contains extra sand) to provide bulk and strength, which gets topped off with the finish coat.
Genistein diet significantly influences brown coat color (Figure 3A, top), but this relationship was attenuated when regional [A.
The second occupant was described as a stocky white male wearing a brown coat.
A Hammam double, dressed in the Cardiff owner's trademark brown coat, flat cap, red scarf and wearing a mask, suddenly appeared on the touchline during the second half.