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fly mink

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

n. a woman. (Black.) Take this home to your mink. She’ll like it.
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We captured minks along the Hudson River and its tributaries using Tomahawk double-door box traps (Tomahawk Live Trap, Tomahawk, Wisconsin).
During September-October 2013, we collected liver, digestive tract (gut), and fecal samples from 43 mink (26 with diarrhea and 17 healthy) -6-10 months of age from 3 mink farms in Dalian, China.
Minks is a graduate of New York University, where he earned his Bachelor of Am degree in Economics and Sociology, mid a graduate of the University of New Hampshire Law School, formerly known as Franklin Pierce Law, where he earned his Juris Doctor in 1993.
The scientists used stable isotope analysis to study the whiskers and claws of mink carcasses collected on the islands.
Over 7,000 minks have reportedly been released from cages at a fur farm in Kokkola, in western Finland.
A spokesman for animal activists PETA said: "If Gisele watched how these minks were treated, she would not have taken part for any amount.
Eight mink control assistants will be paid an annual salary of up to pounds 13,000 and two trapper foremen will pull in pounds 15,000.
Animals like the mink do have a life on the farm, believe it or not.
The council is now preparing for a colonisation of the minks still on the loose.
In a move to redefine its position in the marketplace, The Mink Cos.
PHOTO : A MATTER OF LIFE: Marlene Ruef and her son, Jeff, tend to 3,000 minks plus their kits at their Mount Angel ranch.
Rather, they raise a 'crop' prized for its warm, luxurious fur -- mink.
com/en - with the largest and most technically advanced aircraft fleet in The People's Republic of China, has completed two charters of 30,000 breeding minks from their farms in Denmark .
In 2011, minks on a breeding farm in Raoyang County, in southeastern Hebei Province, became ill with an unidentified disease.
Minks has relocated from the firm's London to its New York office.