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bink

(bɪŋk)
n
Scot a bench or ledge to sit on
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Bink and Slinky's Ark Adventure is a Christian children's book that draws upon the Biblical story of Noah's ark to offer young readers a parable about trusting in God.
An investigation of a telecourse reported that successful students are older and female, have positive attitudes toward the course and instructor, completed higher numbers of college credits, perceived the course to have a difficulty no higher than expected, and have high grade point averages (GPAs) (Bink, Biner, Huffman, Geer, & Dean, 1995).
Joanne Bink, a sixth-grade teacher at the school, uses a whole-language approach with these students.
Della and Bink Spicer say dangerous dogs are out of control on the streets of their neighbourhood after their seven-year-old dog Leo was viciously attacked.
Fintech firm Bink has said that it has received funding from Barclays Plc (LSE: BARC).
15, he teased that Tag and Bink, characters from a comic book series that spoofed Star Wars, would join the movie.
Bink has proven himself in two Radio One markets to be a great programmer and talent.
Ray Melia's Christines Bink took the other heat in 29.13sec.
Bink and the Riddle of the Sphinx is aimed specifically at children aged six and over and offers youngsters the chance of taking part in an optional drama workshop for budding action heroes and heroines.
Lara, known as Bink, told her mum she ran away "for an adventure".
In his new role, Binks will be responsible for the broader leadership and strategic direction of FedEx Express across the entire EMEA region.
A mutual friend, Maura Kuhn, a great lover of music and literature, reminded him of the biography of Sarah Binks, familiar to him from his childhood in Manitoba, and he remembered that professor Paul Hiebert had created these poems of the "Sweet Songstress of Saskatchewan." When John Greer read the Paul Hiebert Sarah Binks "biography," he discovered the poet Emily Dickinson is parodied more than any other individual poet in the Sarah Binks style.