Lobster Fontina Panini by tiffany Collins Lobster Newberg meets the sandwich.
The Power of Yoga If you ask tiffany Cruikshank, the answer is yes.
As we go, tiffany and Jill stare dejectedly out the windows.
But then I apparently went too far, picking up Charlie's weapon of choice, a silver tiffany cigarette lighter.
tiffany Starr, captain of the Dryden High cheerleaders, arrives.
My informant had just been told it by one of tiffany's salesmen.
Mr. tiffany and my father could play chess all day long, and most of the night.
tiffany found no answer there to the question in his own eyes.
"Then I will walk with you to your boat," continued Mr. tiffany.
"Yes, it is a tiffany setting," she observed, seeing my eyes drawn to it.
"type of thin, transparent fabric," c.1600; earlier a common name for the festival of the Epiphany (early 14c.; in Anglo-French from late 13c.), from Old French Tifinie, Tiphanie (c.1200), from Late Latin Theophania "Theophany," another name for the Epiphany, from Greek theophania "the manifestation of a god."
Also popular in Old French and Middle English as a name given to girls born on Epiphany Day. The fabric sense is found only in English and is of obscure origin and uncertain relation to the other meanings, unless as a fanciful allusion to "manifestation:"
The invention of that fine silke, Tiffanie, Sarcenet, and Cypres, which instead of apparell to cover and hide, shew women naked through them. [Holland's "Pliny," 1601]The fashionable N.Y. jewelry firm Tiffany & Co. (1895) is named for its founder, goldsmith Charles L. Tiffany (1812-1902) and his son, Louis C. Tiffany (1848-1933), who was the Art Nouveau decorator noted for his glassware. The surname is attested in English from 1206.