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tinny

Austral informal a small fishing or pleasure boat with an aluminium hull
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Judge Brad Farr SC said Healey, the charter boat's owner and operator at the time, was on the lower deck near the topless entertainers when the vessel hit the tinnie.
From John Coltrane to Tinnie Tempah EoAC" just about anyone who makes music that moves me emotionally and makes me smile to music that keeps my dance floors happy and sexy.
Tinchy has just released his new single Game Over, which features a whole host of UK hip-hop artists; Tinnie Tempah, Professor Green, Chipmunk, Giggs, Devlin and Example.
05pm) The host shares his memories of Wakestock 2010 through interviews and clips of the festival''s highlights, including performances by Yr Ods, Y Niwl, Tinnie Tempah, Last Republic and N-Dubz.
Mi fyddwn yn mynd i gefn y llwyfan gyda Huw ble bydd yn cyflwyno cyfweliadau gyda bandiau o Gymru fel Yr Ods ac Y Niwl a hefyd rhai o'r enwau mawr fel Tinnie Tempah, Last Republic, Los Campesinos, Plan B ac N-Dubz.
England boss Steve McClaren must have wished he had stayed at home to crack open a tinnie and watch the rugby on TV rather than show up at Villa Park for the only traditional start of the weekend.
Tonight she has organised a teen disco with entertainment from the likes of Tinnie Tempah, Slew Dem Crew and chart-toppers T2 with Jodie.
As he winds through the river in an aluminium tinnie he comes across Pearl (Diana Glenn), a gorgeous local girl hitchhiking from a jetty.
Uncle Putu and Aunt Tinnie were crazy about music, and they played Putu's treasured 78-rpm records on his wind-up gramo-phone whenever he came home for the holidays.
Given sent his stable stalwart out to Kanga country a few weeks ago and he ran a real nice prep on his only outing in the land of the tinnie.
Gene Tinnie organized the workshop, which featured presentations by Black Seminole descendants.
The study, conducted by Leeds University for today's launch of the Encarta World English Dictionary, found British youngsters are becoming influenced by Australian TV soaps and using Australian terms such as barbie or tinnie.