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pinkey

(ˈpɪŋkɪ)
n
a ship with a narrow overhanging stern
References in classic literature ?
My father he run his packet, an' she was a kind o' pinkey, abaout fifty ton, I guess, - the Rupert, - he run her over to Greenland's icy mountains the year ha'af our fleet was tryin' after cod there.
Simon Pinkey scored on his Town debut as they secured all three points.
Remember Me Knot fashion Designer Nadia Pinkey has teamed up with Alzheimer Scotland to create this fabulous tote bag.
To understand the change over time for southern black women in nursing, Sumner's main character in Quality, Pinkey, would be a prime example.
Jordan Wheeldon, Michael Bond, Robert Pinkey and Simon Shaw were also sentenced for their involvement in the cross-country crime spree.
Jackie Dalker 1 5 7, Sophie Gornario 1 0 2, Opoul Morris 7 3 17, Kaylah Pinkey 1 0 2, Vanessa Udogi 7 2 19, Tayler White 1 0 3, Ruthann Zientek 3 0 9.
In November 2012, for example, Cleveland Municipal Judge Pinkey Carr compelled a 32-year-old woman to stand on a street corner for two hours, holding a hastily scribbled sign that said "Only an idiot would drive on the sidewalk to avoid a schoolbus.
Edisto: Chair, Diane Bolin; Members at Large Pinkey Carter, Stanley Harris
Pinkey, quien lleva cuatro anos como entrenador de futbol americano en Lamar High School, chico tiene un don para efectuar grandes jugadas.
But Hector Pinkey is a person who makes a real difference to the world around him.
Trotter C, Tate K, Scott N, Townsend J, Wilde H, Lambie S, Marden M, Pinkey T (2005) Afforestation/reforestation of New Zealand marginal pasture lands by indigenous shrublands: the potential for Kyoto forest sinks.
Kimo, Kimo, dar you ar, heh, how rump te pume diddle Set back pinkey wink, Come Tom nippe cat, Sing song kitty cat, can't you carry me o'er?