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

browning

A slang term for anal intercourse.
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Ashley Bland Crowder comments that one of the challenges of working with writers as closely associated as the Brownings lies in the potential for authorial misattribution ("Rethinking 'My Last Duchess,"' Essays in Criticism 62 [2012]: 139-59).
One of the unique pair of guns is a special edition of the newly introduced Browning Model 1911-22, with custom engraving commemorating the 100th anniversary of the 1911 design and featuring Serial Number "1911.
Armstrong Browning Library at Baylor is a gem of a facility holding the world's largest collection of material related to both Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning.
Instead, the elder Browning, upon examining the firearm, shook his head and said, "John Mose, you're going on eleven.
Saturday, Browning went into the house and came back out to say that his father was dead.
The Brownings, who produce hand-made goats' milk products at their Lower Basing Farm in Cowden, Kent, then had to find a further pounds 13,669 in costs.
The signal difficulty with writing a biography of Robert Browning is that both his life and his poetic career have long anticlimaxes.
You can imagine the headaches Browning encountered in trying to get the world's first semi-auto shotgun to work.
Daphne and Patrick Browning, who have been farming near Thornbury in Gloucestershire for 50 years, were devastated when their cattle were diagnosed as having the virus.
At the most recent North American Victorian Studies Association meeting (Fall, 2010) aside from Chip Tucker's keynote address, only one paper on Robert Browning appeared on the program.
The year 2011 brings an exciting range of high-quality work on Browning, including an accomplished literary study by Britta Martens covering Browning's full career, an important book chapter by Charles LaPorte on Browning and the higher criticism, and a number of substantial articles.
167-173); and in Italian, Mario Curelli's "I Browning a Pisa (per non parlar del cane)" (185-196), (roughly "The Brownings in Pisa [not to mention the dog] ).