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tarry

/tar·ry/ (tahr´e)
1. filled with or covered by tar.
2. thick, dark; resembling tar.

tarry

said of feces that are black and glutinous. See also melena.
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So there I was, a first tour NFO with two Persian Gulf deployments under my belt, a mission-commander qual, more than 900 E-2C hours, two different aircraft tarriers, and a gritty layer of salt becoming visible on my shoulder.