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  • Then, when I repeatedly tried to clarify my meaning which, to be honest, I don't think was all that unclear to begin with, he has now accused me of "brinking" because I refused to allow him to twist my words and set the terms of the discussion when he had misconstrued my meaning, often in bizarre ways.

    Projecting Hostility

  • Still having trouble with brinking over the permalinks so they all work right.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Wordpress as a Content Management Tool

  • OK, having just read Roger's description of brinking, it seems just as likely that Roger is the one who brinked James.

    Even Less Friendly

  • I heard nothing about them stopping all forecloseures and brinking the interest rates of the bad loans to the original rate.

    Live Blog from the Anchor Desk 9/19/08

  • So again, they're brinking every resource to bear on this.

    CNN Transcript Feb 8, 2006

  • When Carl had arrived, the Shamrock was brinking on bankruptcy.

    In Other Worlds

  • We celebrate the trials, errors and brinking moments that change our lives forever.

    WebWire | Recent Headlines

  • Islamic militant groups do have a habit of brinking noncombatants with them so it makes the US look bad.

    ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science

  • It has to do with common sense when we know all too well droughts are inevitable, we are possibly brinking on climate change, and we cannot predict the weather a year from now.

    The Ukiah Daily Journal Forum

  • Dusk's the place I clowned AM about, how a man who nearly lost his life would dedicate it now to a city brinking on fiscal doom.

    The Clog

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  • Short for "binge drinking," according to UD.

    February 21, 2009