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clint

[klint]
(geology)
A hard or flinty rock, such as a projecting rock or ledge.
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99), 1 x Clint Eastwood: 35 Films 35 Years DVD box set (rrp PS75.
Her shift began at 7am and less than a quarter of an hour before that she kissed her husband Clint goodbye.
Clint Eastwood speaks to an empty chair at the Republican National Convention.
The Inspirals split in 1995 but reformed in 2003, something Clint thought wouldn't occur.
Orlando Bloom kept a low profile and avoided the shutterbugs, too, but Clint, his wife, Dina, and a passel of his own family team including daughters Alison - an actor-director herself - and Francesca and sons Kyle and Scott joined "Invictus" stars Morgan Freeman and Matt Damon in running the gauntlet of photographers on the red carpet.
The thing with Clint was, his horse didn't have a name.
Clint jabbed the off button, notched his cigarette between his thumb and finger and spun the butt far out the window into a snow bank.
Clint Smith, as always, wrote a nice article in "The Defensive Rifle" in April's issue.
Bradley Levin, Georgia Malone and Jerome Belson and Clint Taylor
Bass player Clint Warwick, aged 63, of Kingstanding, died from a liver complaint in Good Hope Hospital on Saturday.
I think our finances are in fantastic hands," says James Pendell, president of Board of Trustees for Clint Independent School District.