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  • She has given up that name hinks of herself as Seeker instead.

    Blood and Iron – Elizabeth Bear

  • Suddenly I got what I can only call a case of the 'hinks;' the hair on the back of my neck stood out, a cold shiver ran up and down my body.

    A Brief History of Wildcatting

  • We usually only green-screen those shots when the episode requires images that are shot out of order, or if the playback hinks up the actors' timing.

    LEVERAGE: Stork Raving Mad/Open Thread

  • If help cannot be given he will either recommend you to someone who he hinks can help or try to help you realise that dream or solve the problem yourself.

    MAKING THE IMPOSSIBLE POSSIBLE

  • Also, being able to flip scripts between my office PC and my Powerbook versions with no software formatting hinks is beautiful.

    Archive 2005-04-10

  • Mind you, I'll bet the likes of you hinks it's fine, long as you've no to live there.

    Country of the Blind

  • She also t hinks Ugg boots are Uggly, but I disagree; I've seen tons of them in Manhattan lately, and I believe they look practical and must feel very warm.

    feminist blogs

  • great post. i have problems recruiting people to blog from the law firm where i work latimer hinks.

    Why Are Legal Blogs Undervalued?

  • (pre-Madoff) multi-millionaire Peretz t hinks it is just outrageous that Hillary Clinton is upset about the Palestinian kids who are going hungry thanks to the Israeli blockade of Gaza.

    TPMCafe

  • Me-hinks Bern could hold the deck's weakest hand, and bluff to victory anyway. "

    Phaze Doubt

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  • man alive, you give me the hinks.
    see hinky

    April 5, 2007