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tinny

Austral informal a small fishing or pleasure boat with an aluminium hull
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0 for speed, superior qualitybuild, designed with PRT (Pica Tinny Rail) technology and mechanical axis hot keys to create the gaming environment and comfort.
I'd like to have heard more, but straining ones ears to fight the tinny background music could have threatened the onset of tinnitus.
I love this hotel, but who chooses the tinny horrors in the bar?
Islamabad, November 16, 2011 (Frontier Star): Oil extracted from lizards has been marketed as "miracle cure" from joint pain to sexual dysfunctions and increasing libido while this process also encourages cruelty to the tinny lizards.
The show suffers, too, from the music being a rather tinny recording, flattening the emotional extremes of Tchaikovsky's usually spine-tingling score.
Nadhim Zahawi's red charity tie emitted a tinny tune which was amplified by a microphone hanging above his head.
Yes, there were smaller units available, but, while tinny may be an overstatement, the sound never seemed full and rich enough--and unable to handle a full dose of volume.
It makes discordant music in her veins, a cheap and tinny feel,
Poor sound, which reduced Hutchison's voice to a tinny squeal, didn't help.
The tinny fizz produced by most laptops' built-in speakers spoils the music quality because the USB port, from which they get their power, can supply only 2.
Maybe "soup cans," since most are constructed with many stamped-out tinny parts.
The firm's TV adverts featuring a spinning "tribal head" floating through an African village and a guest appearance from Ghanaian superstar Tinny attracted 29 complaints to the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA).