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blinky

and winky (ˈblɪŋki and ˈwɪŋki)
n. a device for smoking crack, a form of cocaine. (Drugs.) Hold the blinky here and wait till I tell you. His winky blew up, and he’s in the hospital.
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Blinky, Pinky, Inky and Clyde are the enemies of which computer game character?
As has been happening for nearly 35 years, Pac-Man eats blinking dots while trying to elude four ''ghosts'' -- Pinky, Blinky, Inky and Clyde.
Amber has described Louise as a "creepy 1950s doll with blinky eyes.
Wilshere's radar was going blinky, Mesut Ozil struggling to make any impact, Sanchez off the pace.
Galunker escapes from the dogcatcher and is adopted by another outsider: Blinky, an awkward girl with a motor-mouth and an eye patch.
Caribbean crime romp Death In Paradise (Monday, BBC1) ended with Phil Davis looking all blinky and squinty eyed, unable to believe he'd been let out of Whitechapel.
8 In which arcade game would you find ghosts called Inky, Pinky, Blinky and Clyde?
5 BLINKY PALERMO, UNTITLED (TOTEM), 1964 Like his better-known To the People of New York City, 1976, this work by Blinky Palermo strikes a balance between formalist structure--the selection and sequencing of colors and materials--and interpretive openness.
Known best for his adaptations of Australian children's classics such as Ethel Pedley's Dot and the Kangaroo and Dorothy Wall's Blinky Bill, Gross incorporates his experiences of escaping capture into animated films and television cartoons about youngsters separated from their parents and surviving in hostile environments with the help of compassionate animals or people.
In the original show, audiences work with a guide named Blinky to find the culprit who stole colors from the city, following clues that local PPG scientists provide related to the science of light and color.
SPLASH OF Bernard Mead Blinky Palermo's Untitled work from 1969 is a satisfying mix of blue and green blends of colour, Michael Craig Martin's Mirror Painting from 1990-2011 is an interesting painting of red and black lines reflected in a mirror in the centre, so changing the image when you move in front of it.
21 What was Dr Blinky in 1970s kid's series HR Pufnstuf?
The story has a feel of Australian illustrated classics like Blinky Bill and Snugglepot and Cuddlepie.
The blinky bugs teach kids about electricity and circuitry and everything needed to build three such bugs is included here.
On the one side is Gerhard Richter who many believe is the world's greatest living artist, while on the other is his friend, another German artist, Blinky Palermo.