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penk

(pɛŋk)
n
a small fish, esp a minnow
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Hardgrave, 30, used them to bring several fans into the stadium in exchange for a fee before he and Penk, 34, were spotted by security staff and detained.
Penk says that Radio Dead does not just focus on lead singers, it also pays tribute to the deaths of guitarists, drummers and other band members.
Druids put the icing on the cake in the 80th minute when Penk nodded home from a corner.
Former Capital and Virgin Radio star Penk - famed for his on-air prank calls - said: "We will be celebrating the music of brilliant artists sadly no longer with us.
Former Capital and Virgin Radio star Penk - who is famed for his on-air prank calls - said: "We will be celebrating the music of brilliant artists sadly no longer with us.
My daughter Natalie says the guy was literally screaming and shouting he couldn't breathe," Penk added, noting that the passenger was also "spitting at everyone".
Some guy went berserk on board 5 hours into the flight claiming he had a bomb and everyone was going to die," Penk wrote on Twitter.
Substitute Healey completed the scoring in injury-time, the 17-year-old seeing his shot deflect off Max Penk for his first Welsh Premier goal.
Editors Moore (clinical psychologist, Military Psychology Consulting), Penk (psychiatry and behavioral science, Texas A&M College of Medicine), and numerous specialists contributed.
David Penk arrived in Huddersfield yesterday by navigating the Narrow Canal as part of his canoe tour of Britain.
Wales: Jonathan Bond, Daniel Alfei, Joe Walsh, Adam Matthews (capt), Tom Bender, Lee Lucas, Aaron Holloway, Billy Bodin, Reece Jones, Josh Dawkin, Elliott Chamberlain, Subs: Max Penk, Kieron Freeman, Daniel Ward, Jonathan Williams, Keyelden Brown, Ibrahim Farah, Tom Bradshaw.
Recognizing this deficit in the dissemination of information to those in need, Nathan Ainspan and Walter Penk gathered a group of experts and produced a book to help wounded soldiers restore some degree of normalcy in their lives.