Gunnie


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Gun´nie


n.1.(Mining.) Space left by the removal of ore.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Madrid, a retired Marine Corporal, adopted an 8-week-old dog named Gunnie, and the two embarked on a training program with Soldier's Best Friend to help him better manage stressful situations.
"Before Gunnie, I was pretty much in a dark place," Madrid said.
"So you don't want to get a gun because you feel it would be dangerous to have it around the house, is that it?" And they relax, and agree, because: 1) you're not fighting with them, 2) it's what they already believe and 3) you're not trying to convince them they're wrong (the classic gunnie error).
Olive Gunhild "Gunnie" (Berglund) Wall, 94Holden - Olive Gunhild "Gunnie" (Berglund) Wall, 94, passed away on Tuesday, February 17, 2015 at UMass Memorial Healthcare - Memorial Campus after an illness.
When you hit the age when you're sitting around talking with your gunnie friends about shooting more than you're actually shooting, a barbecue gun becomes all the more important.
A Sydney boy, 14 year old Gunnedah 'Gunnie' Danson, inherited from his grandfather a box of documents which he discovers includes a journal written by his great-great grandfather, Smokey 'Gun' Danson.
You never know when or where you'll run into a fellow "gunnie." We had landed at the Taos, New Mexico, airport, but it was shut down.
Usually a cop with a 1911 in his holster is a gunnie. As far as handgun esthetics goes, I'm glad I grew up in a by gone era.