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important warm-water fatty fish of the genus Thunnus of the family Scombridae

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Personajes tales como Abel en House Made of Dawn, Tayo en Ceremony y Bud Tunny en Smoke Dancing malentienden las tradiciones del Centro simbolico de sus comunidades y reaccionan violenta e ilegalmente.
More interesting is the tale of Tunny (played by Thomas Hettrick) who gets seduced into joining the army (in the captivatingly staged number "Favorite Son" and a memorable outing by Jared Young), is wounded, and has a long recuperation.
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The rest of his team, who broke the Germans' Tunny and Enigma codes, have yet to be recognised in the honours, and Roberts has been campaigning in vain for them to be included, too.
Recognised with an MBE in the Diplomatic and Overseas list is Captain Raymond "Jerry" Roberts, one of the four founder members of Bletchley Park's Testery section, tasked with breaking the German top-level code Tunny.
Recognised with an MBE in the Diplomatic and Overseas list is Captain Raymond "Jerry" Roberts, 92, one of the four founder members of Bletchley Park's Testery section, tasked with breaking the German top-level code Tunny.
Like a punk rock Rent, the story deals with the disenfranchisement of youth, following the trials and turmoil of three disaffected friends Johnny, Will and Tunny.
The swordfish and the sea-lion hunt the elephant and the rhinoceros of the Pacific, and tiny parasites dart upon the tunny fish, to dwell in myriads in his thick layers of fat.
The Atlantic Bluefin, once known as the tunny, is a ferocious, fast, muscular game-fish, much prized for its flavour, especially in Japan, and has sadly been over-fished, in places almost to the point of extinction.
Montreal-born Nigel Smith made an excellent, very tunny Taddeo.
Certain phrases are naturally stronger in Spanish, making the play simultaneously tunny and political in a way I love, as in the phrase, "for the women," which becomes "para las mujeres?
FIGURE 2 Control, Large Font and Outline Format Information Panels NASOLIN[R] can relieve multiple nasai symptoms of congestion, sneezing and itchy, tunny nose in people as young as four years old.
London, May 28 (ANI): The British National Museum of Computing in Bletchley has unveiled a reconstruction of one of the Tunny machines that played an important role in disentangling Allied interceptions of the coded orders that German leader Adolf Hitler sent to his generals during World War II.