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(little) pinkie

and (little) pinky
n. the littlest finger on either hand. Ouch! I smashed my pinky.
See also: little, pinkie

little pinky

verb
See also: little, pinky

pinky

verb
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Chopra is also committed to Namastey Canada with Kapoor, which will begin production after Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar.
He has been told that a man was seen selling Pinky to someone for PS20.
When Pinky was originally found, she was in an overall poor condition and appeared dehydrated.
It took several baths in special shampoo to rid Pinky of her lurid fuchsia glow and after several weeks in quarantine, she is now ready to be rehoused.
9 after the 12-game qualifying stage topped by Evelyn Santoc on 2353, Sagmit ruled the 4-game series elimination on 779 well in front of fellow survivors Aileen Miralbuna 764, Pinky Acato 754, Lourdes Punzalan 732 and Ester Santoc 723.
Pinky Gerrard's beloved VW camper van was brought over from Down Under - then stolen
After Breckenridge Village was developed, the partners opened Pinky Punky there in about 1975 but kept the Arrangement open for 18 months or so until their lease in Colony West expired.
Pinky Saraf's clutches and accessories are hand-crafted in India with meticulous attention to detail.
Tungatt's mother has been ill for some time, and as a result she has been unable to offer the attention she feels Silverview Pinky needs.
Pinky Lilani said: "The Asian Women of Achievement Awards were created to identify and reward the extraordinary Asian women who play a crucial role in enriching every corner of our society.
Pinky was a school bus driver for First Student Company in Charlton, driving school bus #1 in Mendon, Grafton, and Northbridge for the past 10 years.
Pinky turned out to be weighty indeed: a rotund, dark-skinned, middle-aged man with closely cropped salt-and-pepper scalp, thick black eyebrows and bulldoggish jowls.
Pinky and Peanut: No Boys Allowed" is the third book in the Pinky and Peanut series of children's beginner chapter reader books and winner of the Pinnacle Book Achievement Award.
Founded and chaired by author and entrepreneur Pinky Lilani OBE, the awards champion the contribution made by Asian women across British business, public, cultural and political life.