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clint

[klint]
(geology)
A hard or flinty rock, such as a projecting rock or ledge.
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Clint Warwick will be remembered as a reluctant star who turned his back on fame and fortune to become a chippy.
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I'd do anything for Clint," she said, flashing that dazzling smile and sporting a new, much-lighter 'do.
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earned its 15 minutes of fame this past year when the store appeared for one minute in the new Clint Eastwood movie, "Gran Torino.