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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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A rich assortment of songs from the late nineteenth century, including "The Anti-Monopoly War Song," "Drill Ye Tarriers, Drill," "Eight Hours," "No Irish Need Apply," "When the Girls Can Vote," "Ma
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.
Eddie Fisher took it to number five, Tony Brent made it to number 16 while Vince Martin and the Tarriers got as far as number 26.