tuny

tuny

(ˈtjuːnɪ)
adj
having an easily discernable melody
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During the hearing, the judge was informed that director of Tuny Pak Mineral Company and her two daughters were summoned several times in the court but they didn't attend any of the proceedings.
One of the world's most awe-inspiring spectacles, the majestic Mosi o Tuny a (the smoke that thunders)--or to give it its more prosaic out official name, Victoria Falls formed the backdrop for the third African Think Tank Summit.
Companies Mentioned in this Report: Grupo MarAtun Tuny, Hormel Foods Corporation, Alimentos Ryc, ALFA group, American West Beef Company, Cargill Incorporated, Corporativo Sukarne, Empacadora Campo Frio SA de CV, Frigorifico Tacuarembo S.A, Grupo Bafar, Industrias Bachoco, S.A.
In other words, an employee may act in a way which falls within 346 and/or s 347 but tuny do so in a way, or in circumstances which cause the employer to act adversely, not because of the employee's engagement in industrial activity, but because of other concerns ...
"Tuny'' Miller started the furniture and appliance store in the neighborhood called Main South after World War II and ran it for many years in the block on the north side of Main Street.
She was born July 24, 1913, in Grangeville, Idaho, to Charles and Caroline Tuny Van Osdol.
Dolores and TUNY Tuna (Mexico and US): Dolores Tuna is canned by PINSA, the largest tuna processor in Mexico.
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All three were by Tauchsport, himself a Derby der DDR winner, conceived in Poland by the English-bred Tuny, a yearling cast-off from William Hill's Sezincote Stud for only 640gns at the 1960 December Sales.