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“This negro I dubbed Inky, in deference to his pronounced color.”
“Inky" -- as De Bruijn is called -- also set world records in the 50 - and 100-meter freestyle.”
“We have another talker in the house, Mr. Inky, but his meows are very different (plus, no offense to 'Pollo, but Inky is smarter ... if he wants us, he jumps on the bed and meows in our ears.)”
“Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics offers a vegan option with Inky, which is as deliciously deep and dark as the night sky.”
“The only witness, his only hope, really, was a cat called Inky, an abuse case adopted years earlier from the nearby SPCA in Wellsville, N.Y.”
“It seems that our once-great newspaper, the Philadelphia Inquirer (aka the "Inky"), has hired John Yoo as a regular columnist.”
“Now 27-year-old "Inky" de Bruijn, who hadn't won at a major meet until the past year, has raised eyebrows again with her three world-record swims.”
“Thus, readers of the April 1, 2007 issue of the "Inky" might be forgiven, if, after reading Romano's review of Tom Stoppard's 3-part play, The Coast of Utopia, they had no better understanding of 19th century Russian intellectual history than they had before falling for his joke.”
“pollution, the Milky Way could now more accurately be called the Inky Blackness.”
“Inky: The light-blue ghost is nicknamed "Inky" and his character is described as one who is bashful.”
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One of those nutso navel-fluff ruzuzu lists.
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