from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Abounding in tunes; characterized by melody, especially as distinguished from harmony.
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This is two different pictures put together--the tuny part doesn't line up right with the other part of the neck--they don't meet in the middle.
Fish preserved in oil -- tuny, sardines, anchovies.
If your team needs a tuny burner on the corner, Quan's a serious option.
Â Or else, working in a bar and fearing my own life collecting glasses on a tuny dance floor whilst it was on.
L of this wood, I have enough to ferve mine owi* tuny