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stingo

(ˈstɪŋɡəʊ)
n
(Brewing) slang strong, sharp beer
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March 29, 2019: Hayley Branstrom, Maria Capetta, Thomas Crean, Matthew Del Guercio, Brenna Doherty, Janet Downing, Rachel Goodman, Jeannamarie Halleran, Catherine Harvey, Brandon Hilf, Mara Manzar, Joseph Marano, Jack McDonald, Cristina Medlin, Kristen Poskaitis, Sara Ruane, Kelly Schuld, Joseph Stingo, Nia Watson
In the movie 'Sophie's Choice,' Stingo walks away dazed at the suicide of his friends Sophie, a Holocaust survivor, and the crazed Nathan.
At one time, there was a window depicting the two trades promoted by the pub - showing a baker with a loaf in his hand and a brewer holding a foaming quart of real old 'stingo'.
There is also a celebration of "iconic pubs in and around Liverpool 5, past and present" - including The Foot Hospital, The Morning Star, The Old Cabbage, The Conway Castle, The Brown Cow and The Stingo.
The film begins with the arrival of Stingo, 22 year-old from the south to New York, intending to fulfill his dream of becoming a writer.
(106.) Thompson PA, Tam CS, O'Brien SM, Wierda WG, Stingo F, Plunkett W, et al.
The film is narrated by Stingo (Peter MacNicol), a writer from the American south who befriends the couple.
"What the hell, once a racist exploiter always a racist exploiter," says Stingo, the autobiographical narrator of William Styron's Sophie's Choice ([1979] 1992, 34).
In telling the story of Sophie Zawistowska and her family in Krakow (or Cracow, as Styron refers to it in the novel) during the Second World War, and her 1947 New York summer with Nathan Landau and Styron's fictionalized younger self, Stingo, Styron weaves between fiction and fact in the service of verisimilitude.
Stingo, "Molecular and karyological aspects of Batoidea (Chondrichthyes, Elasmobranchi) phylogeny," Gene, vol.
Samuel Smith's Yorkshire Stingo, 8% ABV, PS11.25/550ml bottle, available in the Waterguard in Cardiff Bay and the Murenger, Newport Samuel Smith's is the oldest brewery in Yorkshire, established in 1758 and run around 300 pubs across the country, with two in South Wales.