- n. someone acting as an informer or decoy for the police
- v. confess to a punishable or reprehensible deed, usually under pressure
- v. take the place of work of someone on strike
“When you're looking at something with your eyes, there's a particular direction you're looking in," says Ayman Abouraddy a research scientist in Fink's lab.”
“Bubblegum Fink is a perverse genius dedicated to creating bubblegum card series for films that never got bubblegum cards.”
“Also, it occurred to me that what's in the box in Barton Fink is Schrödinger’s cat.”
“Richard Paul Fink is also excellent as Alberich not overplaying the character’s pathetic qualities.”
“We won't get any farther here," called Fink as he surveyed the enemy column through his sight.”
“UGA President Michael Adams called Fink "a dear personal friend and the consummate colleague and teacher.”
“Just watch your penmanship; that "Fink" could almost be mistaken for "Tink".”
“My first thought upon seeing the "Fink" cake was, "Oh geez, I hope that cake wasn't meant for my friend Tink.”
“Perhaps the "Fink" cake is actually a poorly-penned cake for someone nicknamed "Tink"?”
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