jinking

(redirected from jink)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Idioms.
Related to jink: kink, Jing

jinking

A defensive maneuver against an attacker who is sitting on the defender's tail within the gun range. It is a series of random turns, skids, pitch-ups, and yaws and the application of positive and negative g to spoil the attacker's aim or weaponfiring solution.
References in periodicals archive ?
Jinks continued to shoot, the pellets taking chunks out of the vehicle's windscreen.
Dan Jinks and Bruce Cohen, the out producers of Oscar favorite American Beauty, talk about how two guys, a script, and Steven Spielberg managed to redefine mainstream filmmaking
But great defence gradually wore down the challenge of the home side and, following another infringement at a ruck, Jinks converted a 30-metre penalty.
Jinks joined Spectrum in 1989 as Vice President, Marketing.
Barry Jinks, Spectrum's president & chief executive officer, said, "We have realized a number of significant goals in the past several months.
Jinks said: "We're obviously very pleased with the horse.
I saw Daniel already sitting on the bus and unfortunately I pipped my horn' Mr Jinks said.
George Moore is hoping Jungle Jinks can make the most of his liking for Wetherby when he tackles the bet365 Charlie Hall Chase on Saturday.
But North and East Birmingham PCT ruled father-of-five Mr Jinks could not have the treatment on the NHS.
He gave Jinks, of Oakwell Road, Stockton, a nine-month prison sentence suspended for two years and ordered him to pay pounds 950 costs.
A well-known figure in Birmingham's business community, Mr Jinks will next week be heading a team of 17 aiming to tap into the region's growing professional service community.
Barry Jinks, Spectrum's president & chief executive officer said, "In 1993 we invested over $1 million in the development and launch of our new consumer multimedia products based on Digital Signal Processing (DSP).