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  • noun Plural form of sputnik.

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Examples

  • References to crooked union bosses, Confidential magazine and sputniks abound.

    Robot reviews: Humbug | Robot 6 @ Comic Book Resources – Covering Comic Book News and Entertainment

  • I emerged from the shop with a set of sputniks containing oxygenating pellets plus refills that will last for 120+ wash cycles and will apparently negate the need for the three tons of Persil Non-Bio/Persil Silk & Wool/Ariel Biological we seem to get through per month.

    54 entries from April 2007

  • I emerged from the shop with a set of sputniks containing oxygenating pellets plus refills that will last for 120+ wash cycles and will apparently negate the need for the three tons of Persil Non-Bio/Persil Silk & Wool/Ariel Biological we seem to get through per month.

    Buns and Balls

  • I had already been converted to balls for the tumble dryer; sputniks that by their design alone have dispensed with the need for ridiculous amounts of fabric softener to somehow fulfill that addiction for the newly washed clothing aroma.

    Buns and Balls

  • I had already been converted to balls for the tumble dryer; sputniks that by their design alone have dispensed with the need for ridiculous amounts of fabric softener to somehow fulfill that addiction for the newly washed clothing aroma.

    Buns and Balls

  • I had already been converted to balls for the tumble dryer; sputniks that by their design alone have dispensed with the need for ridiculous amounts of fabric softener to somehow fulfill that addiction for the newly washed clothing aroma.

    54 entries from April 2007

  • I emerged from the shop with a set of sputniks containing oxygenating pellets plus refills that will last for 120+ wash cycles and will apparently negate the need for the three tons of Persil Non-Bio/Persil Silk & Wool/Ariel Biological we seem to get through per month.

    Buns and Balls

  • In a day when sputniks dash through outer space and guided ballistic missles are carving hightways thought thte startosphere, nobody can win a war.

    still learning

  • In a day when sputniks dash through outer space and guided ballistic missles are carving hightways thought thte startosphere, nobody can win a war.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • One of a handful of the first sputniks the Russians built to launch an era.

    CNN Transcript Oct 3, 2007

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