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- adj. mazy, windy, zigzagging
By jinky, the Cleveland Steamer herself Jean Schmidt was right: it's all about cut n 'run!
I do love democracy, the jinky knocking about of spirited ideas is healthy.
With four of us out of one form, things ought to be rather jinky.
But here's a question: Do Celts generally produce better wingers and jinky midfielders than the English?
DSL is the latest way to cram more information down the jinky wires that connect your location to the world.
Our jinky bucket of skill already had an amazing loan spell at Watford last season, mostly responsible for them being at the top of the league for his short spell there, so it's only natural that the rest of the Championship clubs will want a slice of that pie.
"Glad to see you, but you'll get into a jinky little row if the Acid
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