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tinny

Austral informal a small fishing or pleasure boat with an aluminium hull
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This stylish muscular showgirl is the favourite for Saturdays Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot and who knows what the response of the fashion police will be as celebratory "tinnies" are produced from the inside pockets of morning coats by her Oz owners.
He loves gourmet tinnies of chicken in a white sauce and IAMs dry food.
FORGET toppers and champagne - the dress code and booze at Royal Ascot next week are more likely to be hats with dangling corks and cool tinnies!
Could it be the effect of too many tinnies, or perhaps the plethora of Aussie TV soaps have at last turned their brains to mush.
Yorkshire Bank however, escaped the grey winter weather for some hot 'tucker' and cold 'tinnies'.
Even more implausible is her cracking open tinnies with the mother she hates and who told her she should have had her aborted - but there is more lunacy to come.
The Gunderdogs were back to winning ways in the Tuesday League with a solid 16-10 win against Shinnies and Tinnies FC.
and white lures Higham Lakes: Black Buzzer, White Fritz Jubilee Lakes: F Fly, Shipman's, Shuttlecock Buzzer, Bead Head Dawson's, Viva, Orange Blob Knitsley Mill: Small Black Buzzer, Orange Blob, Bloodworm, Diawl Bach Naworth: Buzzers, Diawl Bach, Yellow Blob Sharpley: Olive Shipman's, buzzer, Green Palomino Midge, Hare's Ear Shipman's, Olive F Fly, Bloodworm, Black/Brown Foam Beetle, Black Bibio F Fly, Black Buzzer, Damsel, Snake, Cruncher, Montana, Blobs South Linden: Dancers, Cats, Tinnies, eggs Thrunton: Zonkers, Buzzers, Nymphs, Daddies, CDCs, Diawl Bachs, Bloodworm, Fritz, Damsels and other dries West House: Olive Buzzers, Greenwells Glory, Bloodworms Witton Castle: Buzzers, Zonkers
Best flies were: Green and White Flappers, Cats Whisker, Black and Green Fritz and Tinnies. The next monthly competition is this Saturday, with a 9am start.
This is, apparently, a staple food of Australians everywhere, along with cold tinnies and anything from a barbecue.