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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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These were solid copper cup-shaped bullets with plastic nose tips guiding them into the chambers of mil-spec Brownings and the popular open-bolt Uzis and Mini-Uzis proliferating in this country.
The club has also taken expert legal advice from Burness Paull LLP and, based upon that, has served notice that all contractual arrangements with Brownings will end on May 31.
Safe in Paris, the Brownings are immersed in the world of the arts, visiting Rosa Bonheur, Ary Scheffer, and others.
That the Brownings produced a shared translation and then separately tinkered with the common translation must remain a possibility; however, there is another way of looking at these similar versions that opens another possibility: that Browning produced the original translation, which Barrett Browning subsequently tinkered with.
This year, two companies are offering special-edition firearms during the auction: a Colt 1911 and two Browning firarms.
But the idea of a gas-operated automatic weapon was an altogether revolutionary idea and its originator, unassuming Utah gun-maker John Moses Browning, the most creative inventive genius ever to apply his talents to the creation of firearms.
Police went to their suburban Baltimore home and later charged Nicholas Waggoner Browning after he admitted to the slayings, Baltimore County Police spokesman Bill Toohey said.
By 1996, the original case, which had begun at Staines County Court, was eventually settled at Kingston County Court with the Brownings paying pounds 5,000 to the original vendors and seeing their counter-claim dismissed after delays in amassing evidence.
We get calls from all over the country--librarians, people living in out-of-the-way places," explains Browning.
Perhaps the Brownings came to Motley's book through their acquaintance with him.
Marjorie Stone's exemplary new study of Elizabeth Barrett Browning compacts a remarkable amount of good material into a relatively small volume.
The trip along Interstate 10 was anything but morbid, according to the two Brownings, both Texans.