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Tony

Tom Mix’s “Wonder Horse.” [Radio: “Tom Mix” in Buxton, 241–242]
See: Horse

Tony (Antoinette Perry Award)

presented annually for outstanding work in the Broadway theater. [Am. Hist.: Misc.]
See: Prize
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Perched on a hill in one of Eugene's toniest neighborhoods is the one-time mansion known as Treetops.
Will this make contact center reps as rare as building doormen and elevator operators: which exist only in the toniest buildings, serving the higher-end clientele?
Not that they don't deserve to live in the best location in the world, but will the widows of poor Havaldars and Subedars be able to afford the cost of living in one of the toniest addresses in Mumbai?
Sunstone Hotel Investors, which gave up its ownership of the luxury W Hotel in San Diego last year, has shown an interest in taking over another of the city's toniest hotels, the 1,625-room Manchester Grand Hyatt.
Regardless, you won't be out of place in the toniest preserve environment with the Verona Model 662.
Located in the heart of the city, the Four Diamond Hyatt Regency Chicago is just steps away from the acclaimed "Magnificent Mile," Michigan Avenue's toniest stretch with Leading stores.
And even the toniest retailers, such as Neiman Marcus, are getting heavily promotional, he noted.
The climacteric was a memorial service at the Kennedy Center, arranged by Campbell Peachey and Associates, one of Washington's toniest event planners.
Vidalia, Ga.-based Tumi Inc., a manufacturer and distributor of high-end quality luggage, recently expanded its luggage line and is now selling goods through its own stores in some of the toniest areas in the country-Madison Ave.
The Savage Club, the sponsor of Dunbar's most successful London reading, was then the toniest place in the city for graying bohemians to go somewhat straight and gracefully to seed.