Definition of Black and tan. Meaning of Black and tan. Synonyms of Black and tan

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Definition of Black and tan

Black and tan
Tan Tan, a. Of the color of tan; yellowish-brown. Black and tan. See under Black, a.

Meaning of Black and tan from wikipedia

- The Black and Tans (Irish: Dúchrónaigh) were constables recruited into the Royal Irish Constabulary (RIC) as reinforcements during the Irish War of Independence...
- Black and Tan is a beer ****tail made by layering a pale beer (usually pale ale) and a dark beer (usually stout). The term likely originated in England...
- The Black and Tan Coonhound is a breed of hunting dog. Developed in the United States from crosses between the Bloodhound and the Black and Tan Virginia...
- The Black and Tan Terrier was a broad breed or type of terrier that was one of the earliest terriers breeds, whilst now extinct it is believed to be the...
- Come Out, Ye Black and Tans is an Irish rebel song referring to the Black and Tans, or "special reserve constables" (mainly former World War I army soldiers)...
- Black and Tan (1929) is a musical short film written and directed by Dudley Murphy. The plot is about a couple in the performing arts; it is set during...
- Black and tan may refer to: Black and Tan, a drink made by mixing dark and light beers, typically Guinness and B**** ale Black and Tans, a British paramilitary...
- "Black and Tan Fantasy" is a 1927 jazz composition by Duke Ellington and Bubber Miley. The song was recorded several times in 1927 for the Okeh, RCA Victor...
- Black and Tan clubs were clubs in the United States in the early 20th century catering to the black and half-caste (tan) po****tion. They flourished in...
- The black-and-tan faction was a faction in the History of the United States Republican Party in the South from the 1870s to the 1960s. It replaced the...
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