from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Obsolete form of tourney.
- v. Obsolete form of tourney.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete spelling of tourney.
- n. A piece of black or copper money current in Ireland in the reign of Edward III., coined at Tours and surreptitiously introduced. The circulation of turneys was prohibited under severe penalties.
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I am still going through it, but I have found POSSIBLY THE GREATEST HORROR YET on page 71 (73 in the flip/turney thing): # 805 (far right).
Furthermore, ordinances were made and set foorth for the safe keeping of the peace, so that such as would turney, neither by the waie in comming or going, or whilest the turnieng lasted, should violentlie take any thing to serue their necessarie vses, without paieng therefore to the owner according to the woorth, nor should doo iniurie to any man in any manner of wise.
Prouided that what earle soeuer will turney there, shall giue to vs twentie markes, a baron ten marks, a knight that hath lands foure marks and he that hath no lands shall giue two marks.
"Prisner at the bar," sed the turney, "Did you pay your subskripshun to the _Buster_ 'fore you checked your baggage thru to Hay dies?"
"Yer onher," sed the prosercutin turney, wot I reckernized as the ex-religio-jurnalistick edittur of a defunckted alliance noosepaper,
The trail was super sweet, twisty turney, dry, and FLAT as all hell.
Call 466-2020 to reserve carts or eneter the turney.
You can go to a lookout and learn to identify and count black vultures and turney vultures and watch for tagged vultures as part of a Hawk Mountain study.
The terrain is filled with mountains which makes the roads twisty, turney adventures.
Chadash is confident that with the help of CarbonCopyPro's turney business-in-a-box, he can make more money, more passively, than he was with comparable marketing systems that he was working with in the past.