Swanee


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Swanee

(ˈswɒnɪ)
n
(Placename) a variant spelling of Suwannee

Su•wan•nee

(səˈwɒn i, -ˈwɔ ni, ˈswɒn i, ˈswɔ ni)

also Swanee



n.
a river in SE Georgia and N Florida, flowing SW to the Gulf of Mexico. 240 mi. (386 km) long.
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It was also great to see a busy percussion section, which included the appearance of an Australian rainmaker and a swanee whistle, during the course of the evening, which was compered by presenter Tommy Pearson.
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Club audiences across England enjoyed Rob's vocals and guitar, backed by Rod's virtuosity on harmonica, jug, washboard, bass drum, a contraption that incorporated kazoos and swanee whistle plus a foot-operated toy clown ('Arthur') that played symbols
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Swanee Great, now all those wanting to quit have an excuse not to as, officially, they can't when, of course, they can.