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give (one) a tinkle

To call one on the phone. Give me a tinkle after the movie, and we can meet somewhere for a drink.
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tinkle

1. in. to urinate. (Mostly juvenile use. Usually objectionable.) Jimmy, be sure and tinkle before we leave.
2. n. urine. (Essentially juvenile. Usually objectionable.) There’s tinkle on the bathroom floor.
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The foot was something from high school I didn't take care of, so that was my fault," Tinkle said.
Meanwhile Tinkle continues to be the most widely read English magazine for children across India, and has been an integral part of growing up in India over the last three decades.
pateikiami slegio bangos svyravimai nuoteku tinkle.
THUMBS UP: Olivia Battle-Welch, Dan Wye, Charlotte Rouse and Emily McNiece promoting their plays at the Edinburgh Fringe ON STAGE: Alex Hoare, Leah Judge and Georgi Mosley in their play A Resounding Tinkle PLAY TO GO: Olivia Battle-Welch, Emma Aucutt and Rob Tressler of Bablake School in their Edinburgh Fringe play The Bald Prima Donna
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Grew up on a steady diet of Amar Chitra Katha comics from Kashmir Bookshop and my yearly subscription of Tinkle," Abdullah said in his post on Twitter.
The medical community has embraced HEPA more, recognizing that it traps pollen and smoke," Tinkle said.
snowfall and awoke to a winter wonderland--and the growl of my neighbor's snow blower accompanied by the tinkle of glass.
According to the official advice, the room where the tinkle of glass has occurred has to be sealed until men in radioactive suits arrive.
The targets so far have been mainly elderly women but it's hoped the cat bell's tinkle will alert any victims if they are being "dipped" while doing their shopping.
Health researchers already use ground-based measurements of air pollution [to assess human exposures], and the workshop provided a mechanism for them to consider if addition of remote-sensed data would improve their exposure assessment and analysis of disease outcomes," says Sally Tinkle, a program administrator with the Cellular, Organs, and Systems Pathobiology Branch of the NIEHS Division of Extramural Research and Training.
In other words, this is Baroque music for people who don't especially like the "tinkle tinkle of Baroque music," as a good friend once called it.
The message he had received last night at the dance was far from the first such warning," recorded historian Lon Tinkle in 13 Days to Glory.
Hearing only the tinkle of bouncing brass shell casings fade into the din of dogs and roosters, I figured it was just one of Raoul's soldiers on his way home from a party, M-14 in one hand, bottle of Barbancourt in the other.
We placed a call to him at the West Virginia Intelligencer, and got him on the first tinkle.