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- n. Plural form of browning.
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I could not trophy flite model listed on brownings web site to check the specks on this bow.
Had mine 10 years and wouldn't trade it for a truck load of Remchester's and brownings.
Mix in fresh figs and simmer over medium heat 1 minute, scraping skillet well to mix in all of pan brownings.
Once the meat is cooked and its juices concentrated and browned on the pan bottom, the cook can repeatedly add a small quantity of stock to the pan and cook it down until its solids begin to brown, then dissolve the successive brownings in a final dose of stock to make the liquid sauce.
Celebrities and tourists alike go for quick brownings before strutting their stuff in Strip nightclubs, and the valley's many strippers frequent the salons, as do casino cocktail waitresses who feel like being tan makes them more attractive, which in turn helps them earn more tips.
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Either people live to be ninety-five, or they die young — in hunting mishaps, brownings, car crashes, tractor rollovers ... "