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twink

/twink/ [UCSC] Equivalent to read-only user. Also reported on the Usenet group soc.motss; may derive from gay slang for a cute young thing with nothing upstairs (compare mainstream "chick").
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Twink added: "One Garda said it was the worst destruction he'd ever seen in a break in.
Yesterday baffled Melanie said Twink, 62, was "misinformed" about what happened in the hours before the 2fm presenter's death.
Twink, who was diagnosed in 1997, is famous for taking pictures of pop star Paul Weller in the late 1970s.
The word twink is used in gay lingo to refer to a man aged between 18 and the early-20s who has certain characteristics such as an effeminate manner, a slim build and no body or facial hair, which all contribute to a youthful look.
But he plans to move home in the next two years - and bring Twink with him.
32): 7-4 Goldies Destiny, 5-2 Lenson Maymay, 9-2 Bumblebee Twink, Rancey Beauty, 6 Jogadusc Jasper, 14 Emperor Leon.
The big-hearted contestants include panto queen Twink, RTE presenters Mary Kingston and Paddy O'Gorman, and Fair City teen idol George McMahon, better known as Mondo.
REPUBLIC Of Telly star Jennifer Maguire has revealed she wants panto queen Twink to appear in the new series.
PROFESSOR Twink Allen, a former director of the Thoroughbred Breeders' Association equine fertility unit in Newmarket, last month renewed his calls for the abolition of what he termed the "antiquated" rule banning artificial insemination in thoroughbred breeding, and launched a broadside at "wealthy stud owners afraid of a change in the status quo" at a breeding seminar in South Africa.
The singer also managed to knock her old rival Twink out of the running although the panto queen did get a vote from presenter Keith Walsh.