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shanny

(ˈʃænɪ)
n, pl -nies
(Animals) a European blenny, Blennius pholis, of rocky coastal waters
[C19: of obscure origin]
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Noun1.shanny - European scaleless blennyshanny - European scaleless blenny    
blenny, combtooth blenny - small usually scaleless fishes with comb-like teeth living about rocky shores; are territorial and live in holes between rocks
Blennius, genus Blennius - type genus of the Blenniidae
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"I've been inundated with various different people Shan getting in contact for various things, for tickets, and 'Make sure you beat those Villa boys!' and 'Do us a favour, Shanny, we're Villa fans!', things like that.
"I've been inundated with various different people getting into contact with me for various things, for tickets, and 'Make sure you beat those Villa boys!' and 'Do us a favour Shanny, we're Villa fans!' and things like that."
(118.) See Shanny Basar, Calpers Sets Sights on Dual-Class Stock Structures, Wall St.
Shanny's 1 playoff win in his last 10 years didn't help.
The grant agreement for the project was signed by ADB's Deputy Country Director for Afghanistan Shanny Campbell, and Afghanistan Minister of Finance and ADB Governor Eklil Ahmad Hakimi.
Singers Shanny and Thomas Tiago entertained the crowd before a dance group from Scissett called Scandalous Productions took to the stage.
Shanny Khan, whose shop in Middlesbrough was one of the first in the region to sell the toys, said people have travelledSome over 40 miles to buy them from him and spent PS100.
His manager Shanny Khan is struggling to keep up with demand at convenience store Fleet Stores, with one couple even travelling from Newcastle to spend PS100 on the spinners in their Cargo Fleet Lane shop.
In the crowd Shanny Brown, 29, and her daughter Zyhia, seven, were wrapped up warm and enjoying the festive atmosphere.
(34.) Shanny Peer describes folklore in the 1937 Paris Exhibition as non-reactionary and republican.