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tawny

, tawney
a. a light brown to brownish-orange colour
b. (as adjective): tawny port
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In his own Commonplace Book, a diary that Tawney kept from 1912-1914, in his The Acquisitive Society (1920), in his carefully documented but controversial The Agrarian Problem in the Sixteenth Century (1912), in Religion and the Rise of Capitalism (1926), and later in Equality (1931), Tawney's own historically derived brand of "socialism" was clearly in evidence.
Tropical plants will die after a hard frost and should be removed then, or you can bring the tropicals inside the house for winter,'' Tawney said.
And he is acknowledged by Tawney as having contributed to a study of the impact of the legislation on the tailoring industry that he published in 1915 (Tawney, 1915).
The show stars: Aden Young as Daniel Holden, Abigail Spencer as Amanda Holden, Adelaide Clemens as Tawney Talbot, Clayne Crawford as Ted Talbot Jr.
The grant was prepared by BOCES, school counselors, and Varhely, as well as Adams State Grant Specialist Tawney Becker and Asst.
Brothers Anjum Dogar, 30, and Akhtar Dogar, 31, both of Tawney Street, Oxford, and Kamar Jamil, 26, of Aldrich Road, Oxford appeared at High Wycombe Magistrates' Court on Saturday.
The ITV Loose Woman presenter says she is pleased the 59-year-old actor has moved on his life - especially as she has found new love herself with party planner Lincoln Tawney, 39.
The group's Tawney Owl, Mrs Mary Napier, said: "As It is the jubilee celebration, competition had to have 60 in it somewhere, so we decided to do something of the village's over 60s.
Referring to the work of William Beveridge, William Temple and RH Tawney as the architects of the welfare state, Dr Sentamu reflected on the situation which faced the men at the end of the war.
Cyril Tawney, an ex-Royal Navy man, was known internationally for his nautical style songs, and lived in Leeds for many years.
D1, which was founded by North East entrepreneur Karl Watkin, who retains a 3% stake in the business, announced at last week's AGM that group finance director Chris Tawney was leaving.
We all knew we needed to bear down (in the sixth) or it wasn't going to happen," said Sam Fischer, who led off the sixth inning with an infield single, then scored the tying run on a double by Tawney Reeger.