brownie

  1. (folklore) fairies that are somewhat mischievous
  2. square or bar of very rich chocolate cake usually with nuts

Brownie

(from the article `Eastman Kodak Company`) ...amateur photographers. The camera was sold with film sealed inside and the whole unit was mailed back to Rochester for film processing and ... ...Eastman introduced roll film on a transparent base, which has remained the standard for film. In 1892 he reorganized the business as the Eastman ....
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brownie

[n] - square or bar of very rich chocolate cake usually with nuts
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Brownie

• (n.) An imaginary good-natured spirit, who was supposed often to perform important services around the house by night, such as thrashing, churning, sweeping.
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brownie

noun square or bar of very rich chocolate cake usually with nuts
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Brownie

[camera] Brownie is the name of a long-running popular series of simple and inexpensive cameras made by Eastman Kodak. The Brownie popularized low-cost photography and introduced the concept of the snapshot. The first Brownie, introduced in February 1900, was a very basic cardboard box camera with a simple meniscus lens that took 2¼-inch s...
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Brownie

[folklore] A brownie/brounie or urisk (Lowland Scots) or brùnaidh, ùruisg, or gruagach (Scottish Gaelic) is a legendary creature popular in folklore around Scotland and England (especially the north, though more commonly hobs have this role). It is the Scottish and Northern English counterpart of the Scandinavian tomte, the Slavic domovoi...
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Brownie

[Girl Guides] A Brownie is a member of a Guiding organization for girls aged seven years old to ten years old. Exact age limits are slightly different in each organization. ==History== Brownies were first organized by Lord Baden-Powell in 1914, to complete the range of age groups for girls in Scouting. They were first run as the youngest gr...
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Brownie

[guitar] Brownie was the affectionate name for a Fender Stratocaster that was used extensively by Eric Clapton during the early 1970s, most notably with Derek and the Dominos on their album Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs. The guitar has an alder body, two-tone sunburst finish, a maple neck, skunk-stripe routing and black dot inlays. It...
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Brownie

Brown'ie noun [ So called from its supposed tawny or swarthy color.] An imaginary good- natured spirit, who was supposed often to perform important services around the house by night, such as thrashing, churning, sweeping. [ Scot.]
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Brownie

Brownie is British slang for a drink of whiskey.
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brownie

brownie, in Celtic folklore, household spirit associated with farmsteads. Brownies help with chores, but, if criticized, they will make mischief, such as spoiling crops. If payment other than food is offered a brownie, he vanishes from a farm forever.
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brownie

in English and Scottish folklore, a small, industrious fairy or hobgoblin believed to inhabit houses and barns. Rarely seen, he was often heard at ...
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Brownie

In Scotland, brownies are imaginary spirits believed to haunt houses, particularly farmhouses. Rather than doing damage, they are believed to be helpful to the family, particularly to the servants if they treat the
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brownie

In Scottish folklore, a shaggy, naked or raggedly dressed goblin who attaches himself to a farmhouse in the country and performs useful chores in the night, such as cleaning the dairy utensils. His...
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brownie

Term can refer to a smallmouth bass or a brown trout.
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Brownie

The brownie is a spirit popular in Scottish folk-lore. Brownies haunt houses, and if treated well will help with the drudgery of the housework while the occupants sleep.
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Brownie

Trade name given to early kodak box cameras.
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