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pinko

1. n. a communist. (Popular during the 1950s.) Get out of here, you pinko!
2. mod. having communist tendencies; in the manner of a communist. Get that pinko jerk out of here!
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Pinkos adds, "Voluntary guidelines, such as POCT05-A, are valuable tools.
The Klan are just a few crazies who get together to mouth off about niggers and Jews and pinkos and faggots, then go back to their dumb-ass jobs in liquor stores and filling stations.
Of course, the press and TV (or what Kennesaw's good ol' boys would call "the pinko liberal media") descended on the town, portraying the place as a gun-crazy Dodge City where everybody walked down Main Street at high noon, their trigger-fingers itching.
But it's an uncomfortable fact for pinko liberals everywhere that 18 years on, while the town's population has almost doubled from around 5,000 to 10,000, the burglary rate has more than halved, from 11 per thousand head of population to less than three.
While the pinkos will squawk that buses are environmentally- friendly, a recent survey by Calor Gas found that car-free zones like Oxford city centre and London's Oxford Street showed huge levels of Nitrogen Oxide.
Prince Philip makes some innocent little joke about Indians, and suddenly all the po-faced pinkos in the media want his Greek guts for garters.
By squandering six valuable years listening to the demented rantings of tree-hugging pinkos, they've reduced the UK's roads to a smoking ruin.
We were seeking a method of improving the timeliness and accuracy of investment data used in our risk management system," said Patricia Pinkos, a senior principal investment officer overseeing asset allocation and risk management for the pension fund.
It may not go down well with the politically correct pinkos - but county cricket has had precious few decent captains since the days when Oxbridge amateurs ran the game like Army colonels.
Pinkos as its new Senior Investment Officer for asset allocation and risk management.
Pinkos is a 15-year veteran investment officer with CalPERS.
Pinkos joined CalPERS in 1987, where she rose through the ranks of the System's investment office.
Pinkos has had oversight authority for CalPERS Corporate Governance unit and the System's active domestic equity, international equity and fixed income, and currency overlay managers.
Before joining CalPERS, Pinkos had her own business advising individuals and small pension funds as a Certified Financial Planner.