brown owl


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brown owl

n
(Animals) another name for tawny owl

Brown Owl

n
(Other Non-sporting Hobbies) a name (no longer in official use) for Brownie Guider
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It was a calm, sweet April night; there were no sounds but a few low notes of a nightingale, and nothing moved but the white clouds near the moon and a brown owl that flitted over the hedge.
They kept him in their hole and fed him for the same reason that the prairie-dogs and the brown owls house the rattlesnakes-- because they did not know how to get rid of him.
"Our leaders were tawny owl Pat Harris and brown owl Margaret France.
He said: "When the pack got in touch to ask for help to donate a tent we were pleased to be able to help." Brown Owl Joyce Shieber said: "Our pack enjoys trips outdoors but sometimes the weather can let us down.
She married in 1966 in the old wooden church next to the school and two years later returned to help run the brownie pack, eventually becoming brown owl.
She is Brown Owl with the 14-strong 1st Cymych pack.
A special birthday cake was made by Brown Owl Joan Heslop and looking forward to cutting it are, from left to right, Rachel Lane, Joanna Bardsley and Sarah Robson.
* CELEBRATIONS: Vivien Hirst, author of Family Of Four and founder Brown Owl of the Lindley group, who was invited back to help the group celebrate its 40th anniversary in 1970.
Now brownie turned brown owl Sue Stauvers (nee Willett) who lives in Axminster Close, Nuneaton, is encouraging former members to come along to the party, saying: "It will be a unique chance to meet old friends."
Furious neighbours of Brown Owl Elizabeth Law have attacked her plan to stand for election in Dunblane.
Our Brown Owl and Tawny Owl were lovely and very encouraging.