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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of plink.

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Examples

  • Shannon and Luchs Realty Company, the Institute for Policy Studies "plinked" the first domino that led to the current crisis.

    The Reality Check

  • Shannon and Luchs Realty Company, the Institute for Policy Studies "plinked" the first domino that led to the current crisis.

    The Reality Check

  • Shannon and Luchs Realty Company, the Institute for Policy Studies "plinked" the first domino that led to the current crisis.

    The Reality Check

  • Bringing together speakers from big-city tenants councils, neighborhood legal services, FHA insurance, savings-and-loans entities, and the Shannon and Luchs Realty Company, the Institute for Policy Studies "plinked" the first domino that led to the current crisis.

    RenewAmerica

  • Shannon and Luchs Realty Company, the Institute for Policy Studies "plinked" the first domino that led to the current crisis.

    The Reality Check

  • Shannon and Luchs Realty Company, the Institute for Policy Studies "plinked" the first domino that led to the current crisis.

    The Reality Check

  • Shannon and Luchs Realty Company, the Institute for Policy Studies "plinked" the first domino that led to the current crisis.

    The Reality Check

  • Shannon and Luchs Realty Company, the Institute for Policy Studies "plinked" the first domino that led to the current crisis.

    The Reality Check

  • I plinked around with my first novel for six years.

    Blogging with Laura Bickle

  • A plume of dust rose, and settled quickly in the rain that plinked over his skin.

    Rogue Oracle

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