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

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A slang term for anal intercourse.
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Noting problems with the Browning Automatic Rifle and Thompson submachine gun caused by damaged feed lips on their magazines, Johnson designed his with none at all.
The Model 1918A3, introduced in 1997 by Ohio Ordnance of Chardon, Ohio, is a semiautomatic-only version of the famous Browning Automatic Rifle first used in World War I.
machine guns, four 81-millimeter mortar shells, two 60-mm mortar shells, four Browning automatic rifles, nine M-1 Garand rifles, two 81-mm mortar launchers, dozens of rocket-propelled grenades, bullets and other war materiel.
Onboard were three Browning Automatic Rifles (BAR's), two sawedoff shotguns, more than 10 handguns, not counting the ones on the duo, and thousands of rounds of ammunition.
During the ceremony, held in Simuay Crossing in Sultan Kudarat, Maguindanao, 75 weapons ranging from World War 2 era firearms such as M1 Garands and Browning Automatic Rifles -- to modern assault and sniper rifles as well as a heavy machine-gun and several mortars were turned over to IMT which is led by Turkey and with Brunei and Norway.
Fifty Browning automatic rifles and a hundred thousand rounds of ammunition have been stolen, and the fears are that in the hands of the IRA, the Irish Republic to the south might be forced to come into the war on the Axis side if the weapons are used in an effort to "liberate" Ulster from the hated English.
Dozens of M1 Garands, carbines, Browning Automatic Rifles and Browning machine guns shattered the first wave, moving it down in seconds like ripe wheat waving in the breeze.