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Brown·ing

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

A slang term for anal intercourse.
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In addition, according to the phenotype observed in Chinese-Tibetan having the same brown coat color [26], Ren et al.
In her faux fur collection available from her shop in the Corner Emporium, Middlesbrough, Holly models a green coat, PS38; and a dark brown coat, PS45, below.
The woman, who has not been named, wore a light brown coat and black trousers, and was carrying a black bag.
On the other hand, a witness revealed how the woman, who wore a light brown coat and black trousers, came with the baby girl and tied her while she went into the shop.
Tayside Police said they wanted to trace a 20-year-old man with short, dark hair and a light brown coat.
The gunman, with a long beard and sporting a brown coat, was caught on CCTV and spotted by astonished witnesses walking calmly through the street after the incident.
It also featured previously unseen footage of businessman Du - wearing a three quarter length brown coat and white cap - abandoning his car at 2.27am on April 30 in Venables Street, off the Edgware Road, central London.
IN a brown hat, brown coat and with her flowing brown locks, it's difficult to see where the clothing ends and Kim begins.
Mr Groskop wore a long brown coat and they both took photographs.
He was also wearing a green or brown coat that was lined with white fur, brown coloured trousers, a black woolly hat and navy and white trainers.
The designer dressed the director in a fitted brown coat with gaudy paisley patch embroidery on one side.
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.