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mink

A woman considered sexually attractive and provocative or flirtatious. There's a mink over at the bar who's been making eyes at me all evening—I'm going to go talk to her. Whenever we go to the club, Tom always ends up leaving with a different mink on his arm.

fly mink

n. a fine woman; a sexually attractive woman. (see also mink.) Who was that fly mink I saw you with last night?
See also: fly, mink

mink

n. a woman. (Black.) Take this home to your mink. She’ll like it.
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'HAPPY' WORK Staff in Japan begin to process a minke whale, one of two in Monday's first haul
A spokesman for SMASS said: "Minke whales are the smallest mysticete species in our waters, and are less powerful swimmers, therefore less able to escape, or surface to breathe, once entangled."
Japanese hunters caught and killed 122 pregnant minke whales as part of its Antarctic summer "field survey".
Jonathan Hammond, head of the Simmons & Simmons international financial markets group commented: "We are delighted to welcome Minke to our financial markets group.
Any person having knowledge bearing upon the fitness or qualifications of Minkes to resume the practice of law should contact Chardean Mavis Hill, Bar Counsel, The Florida Bar, 4200 George J.
The opening, or stoma, for ileostomies and colostomies is created surgically in the abdominal wall with the ileum or colon sutured to the outer skin (Minkes, 2015; Piras & Hurley, 2011).
Minke whales are part of the rorquals family, which includes the humpback whale, the fin whale, the Bryde's whale, the sei whale and the blue whale.
In recent years minke whales have been spotted off the Pembrokeshire coast, but sightings have been few and far between and mostly identified by people on charter boats well off the coast on trips specifically organised to spot and photograph unusual visitors or transients.
The resumption of commercial whaling is always a possibility and the 2006 IWC report allows that in the future it might be the case that minke whale numbers in the Southern Hemisphere could be caught "without increasing the depletion risk" ("Scientific Permit Whaling").
Minkes are the smallest baleen whales in North American waters.
Using a novel genomic approach, the scientists were able to calculate the long-term population size of Antarctic minkes as roughly 670,000 individuals, which is similar to estimates of current population size from sighting surveys.
For example, previous research suggests that interventions originally developed for adults should not be given directly to younger clients (Hammersley, Reid, & Minkes, 2006).
In a volume that promotes transdisciplinary, trans- national study of corporate and white-collar crime, John Minkes (criminology and criminal justice, Swansea U.) and Leonard Minkes (emeritus, business organization, U.
Minkes dwi'n meddwl, ond erbyn i mi gyrraedd y dec, roedden nhw wedi hen fynd.
Minkes, en su tesis doctoral referida a textiles del valle del Osmore, Ilo, Peru, da cuenta de un Tipo 2 conformado por cuatro inkunas (o "panuelos") con la misma composicion espacial y caracteristicas de estilo de nuestro Grupo 1A; la semejanza estilistica se ve reforzada por el hecho adicional de que este tipo de inkunas provienen del cementerio El Descanso cercano a Chiribaya Baja, cuyo material cultural pertenecia a poblacion Ilo-Tumilaca/Cabuza (Minkes 2005:174).