stingaree


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sting·a·ree

 (stĭng′ə-rē′)
n.

[Alteration of stingray.]
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stingaree

(ˈstɪŋəˌriː; ˌstɪŋəˈriː)
n
(Animals) US and Canadian and Austral a popular name for stingray
[C19: variant of stingray]
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Translations

stingaree

n (US, Austral) → Stachelrochen m
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With unique options to choose from such as Fluxx, Stingaree and Bassmnt, downtown San Diego's nightlife has a crowd and a flavor for everyone.
A highlight in Ram Ramirez career came in 1934 when at 21 he literally substituted for Duke Ellington when one of the latter's small groups, led by Rex Stewart, recorded Stingaree and Baby Aintcha Satisfied.
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Stingaree. Amid all the flash here, the food holds its own, especially such entrees as slow-braised Kobe beef.
The Atlantic stingray, a species more conventionally found in coastal waters from the Chesapeake Bay to Central America, was first recorded- as "the dreaded stingaree"-in Florida's pristine springs by naturalist William Bartram in the late 1700s.
Across the Stingaree Gulch crowded the small enterprises of the business district, with Front Street displaying "a solid row of saloons" just across a dusty road from the operations of the railroad depot and harbor.
Another boy or rather young man was flogged most brutally with a stingaree's tail for having pulled a woman's hair, the wounds on this fellow were still fresh and judging from the way in which the stripes had been laid on, I should say the flogger was well qualified for a Boatswain's mate's berth on board a man-of-war.
A highlight in Ram Ramirez career came in 1934 when, at the very young age of 21, he substituted for Duke Ellington, when one of the latter's small groups, led by Rex Stewart, recorded "Stingaree" and "Baby Ain'tcha Satisfied" (Ehrenzeller 2002: 4).
The upstart Garfield Boilermakers came from an immigrant-heavy northern city to face the perennial powerhouse Stingarees. The game remains legendary in Garfield, and veteran sportswriter Hank Gola tells the bigger story in City of Champions, a thoroughly researched and thoroughly engrossing work.
The school mascot is Stingarees, and the 320-page yearbook is in good condition, if anyone would like to have it.