- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of clinch.
“Texas once again clinches six of the top spots based on how well the cities create, promote and sustain jobs.”
“Sometimes the call clinches the identification for me.”
“Two things that could make that embarrassment even worse: Word is Huckabee is preparing to concede tomorrow -- possibly, if McCain clinches and after meeting with him.”
“USATODAY. com - Ancic's win clinches first Davis Cup for Croatia”
“Masten was the most prolific ball-winner on the ground and his explosive pace and work in the clinches was a highlight.”
“That last one kind of clinches it, and it seems safe to assume that he will direct”
“It "clinches" the sale of a job candidate, in a current economy where 1 out of 5 Americans are jobless.”
“clinches" on the left side of the hoof has resulted in drawing it off from the foot.”
“BAC) near suicidal merger with Merill Lynch kind of clinches the case.”
“Dominate teams early in games, outmuscle them in the clinches, and make it almost impossible for their opponent to win in San Jose.”
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