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dinger

(ˈdɪŋə)
n
(Baseball) US an informal word for home run
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* HHS varsity/JV baseball: At Dinger Class Tournament at Graves County; games at 3 and 5:30 p.m.
THE bells haven't stopped ringing in a Scots village since New Year's Day - and locals are doing their dinger.
But Eric Dinger is convinced that we can stabilize the slide toward oblivion and even add hunter numbers, if we do one simple thing.
Students do not have access to sensitive university information such as payroll, and the scale of a small IT staff providing training for thousands of students often makes such a practice prohibitive, says Michael Dinger, a cybersecurity researcher who is an associate professor of management in the Johnson College of Business and Economics at the University of South Carolina Upstate.
Tenders are invited for Construction of link road from Dinger Majra to Gadi Multan (H-8809) - CM Announcement Code No.
Nothing exemplifies the weirdness of the quantum realm than Erwin SchrAaAaAeA dinger famous (or infamous) (http://www.informationphilosopher.com/solutions/experiments/schrodingerscat/) cat-killing thought experiment .
Intrigued, Gerald and Darlene Dinger took down the number for Felling Trailers with the intention of purchasing their own pink trailer in memory of their daughter--Cheryl Stiegelmeier--and for use in their fundraising efforts through Relay for Life, an overnight community fundraising walk benefitting breast cancer research.
21.10 (435m): Artful Jam, Dinger Bell, Act Quickly, How Far Ronnie (M), Balotelli's Girl (M), Tracy's Spot On (W).
Latsis, who is in his early 30s and part of a growing cadre of well-funded billionaires' children who use their inherited bank accounts to shoehorn their way into the movie business--his upcoming roster includes "Grandma" with Lily Tomlin--acquired the cliffside dinger via corporate entity in April 2006 for $9.2 million, and he's unsuccessfully attempted to unload the sexed-up city-view residence at least twice before; in 2008, the property was briefly available with an asking price of $15 million, and in 2010, it popped up again at $13.75 million.
Hornet's owner, Scott Dinger, said MacDonald should be charged with killing a protected species.
The biggest laughs were probably reserved for Dinger (Joe Cafffrey) who is so convincing, he looks as though he has just walked in off the street.
Now a policy consultant for the German Social Democratic Party's parliamentary group, Dinger presents a revision of her 2010 PhD dissertation at the Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences.