jinker

jinker

(ˈdʒɪŋkə)
n
Austral a vehicle for transporting timber, consisting of a tractor and two sets of wheels for supporting the logs
[of unknown origin]
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As a result of increased operability, the dredge vessel was able to work in areas that were not dredged in previous sessions, such as the harbour fairway, the approach to the jinker ramp and the berths.
Heighway was a jinker, who used to go both ways down the wing, and when we'd be repairing the pitch after a game, Alan would say 'That was a Heighway one
Makin duly went home smiling and so did Ed de Giles and Liam Keniry, who doubled up in the last two races of the night with Croquembouche and Jinker Noble.
The Welsh rugby public knew a classic Welsh jinker when they saw one and instantly took him to their bosom.
His sainted ststus helped shape a gone-soft game in which an honest clogger now can't snap the Achilles of a fancy-Dan foreign jinker without the ref bursting into tears.
You want someone out there who is a left-footer and jinker sic who cuts inside and renders the full-back's pace useless.
ON TIM McCANN: "The Glentoran winger's more of a jinker than a flier Clive, but that double right handed tandem with Nixon's gonna take some stopping, if you like.
Location: At specific locations along Old Northern Road between the Jinker Track and Hamilton Road, Albany Creek.
Jinker Noble c Green Desert - Depressed Gwyn Powell and Peter Ridgers 01-86 RPR 80 OR 80 He won at Warwick last year but had an outside draw at Pontefract first time out this season which gave him no chance.
The nation knew a classic Welsh jinker when it saw one and instantly took him to its bosom.