Definitions

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  • n. a member or supporter of Sinn Féin.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A stocking.

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Examples

  • Yes | No | Report from matt wasson wrote 4 days 3 hours ago regular shinner minnows.

    Other than sucker minnows, have any of you had success with some other sort of bait on a tip up?

  • All Answers from matt wasson wrote 4 days 3 hours ago regular shinner minnows.

    Other than sucker minnows, have any of you had success with some other sort of bait on a tip up?

  • Photo By michael sheehan fishing for trout I caught this large smallmouth bass, he took a 3inch shinner!!

    Field & Stream

  • You will hardly reconnoitre the old wife in the new bustle and the farmer shinner in his latterday paint.

    Finnegans Wake

  • "No: but I'll give you a _shinner_ on your lower limb, that shall make you feel planet-struck, if you don't show your ugly face," replied

    Olla Podrida

  • P.S. if you choose to troll this thread. particularly if you are some dungbag shinner or one of their neo-shinner blueshirt friends (Turdsl WTF is that all about), I will completely phucking destroy you; Irish Republicanism is the future of mankind.

    Politics.ie

  • And Spock touches one of these new crystals (it will be shinner, more pulsanting than the others): ANOTHER RAPID PROFUSION OF FAINT IMAGES, but this time including a pattern-like image of Klingons, Klingon vessells (the ones destroyed by the Cloud) and obvious Starfleet personnel - and the Epsilon 9 station.

    TrekWeb - Browse, Bicker, and Boldly Go (Star Trek)

  • The meeting was chaired by former shinner and current Forum member Lawrence O'Neill.

    Slugger O'Toole

  • Tony Catney, a former shinner, was very much on my radar and as I'd been hanging about in éirígí circles and people close to him had put it the public domain that he was declined membership of that group so I was intrigued to hear him speak under this new RNU banner.

    Slugger O'Toole

  • In Lagan Valley I expected to see regular newsletters from the local shinner - mainly because I was helping write them and was certainly sticking them through hundreds of letter boxes.

    Slugger O'Toole

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