Tunney

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n Tunney United States prizefighter who won the world heavyweight championship by defeating Jack Dempsey twice (1898-1978)
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Usage

In literature:

New York's boys and young men read Gene Tunney's articles regularly in the Evening Journal.
"What's in the New York Evening Journal" by New York Evening Journal
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In news:

Ginnfer Goodwin paired a satin Moschino jumpsuit with Aldo shoes and a faux ostrich Tunney clutch, for a very retro look.
A Guide to Düsseldorf by Kristine Tunney.
Steven F Tunney is out as president and chief executive of Arlington-based MCG Capital, the business development company he helped found.
He also created murals for the Wall Street Club, for the conference room of the Joint Committee on Military Affairs of the Senate and House and for Mrs Charles Shipman Payson and Gene Tunney.
A look back at the career of former heavyweight champion Gene Tunney .
Tunney side of sports.
Former NFL Referee Tunney embarrassed by replacement referees.
Band members Kevin Tunney , Ryan Tunney , Jack Galardi, Alex Agresti and Zack Falk.
Tunney details grievances against Cubs plan for Wrigley Field.
Alderman Tom Tunney , who represents the Wrigleyville neighborhood, opposes the mayor's plan.
Thomas Chandler ( Tunney ) Bowman, 85, of Cassville, passed away Monday, April 23, 2012, at Red Rose Health and Rehab Center, Cassville.
SIMON BAKER ROBIN TUNNEY THE MENTALIST.
A look back at the career of former heavyweight champion Gene Tunney.
Launch of Zac Posen for Target , Goodwin topped a pair of cropped harem pants and a digital-print tank with a blazer from the line and added a Tunney clutch.
Fans still argue about who really won the 1927 "long count" fight between Gene Tunney and Jack Dempsey.
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