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For some persons thus named, use Pinckney.
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Pinkney!--Joe, that old man nearly went distracted.
Pinkney; but at length down went her head and out came the truth and tears.
And I think I did very well to make up both General Pinkney and Clementina, don't you, Joe?
Pinkney are both creations of the same art--but you wouldn't call it either painting or music.
Bill Pinkney is best known as one of the founding members of The Drifters, a group whose string of hits include Under the Boardwalk, Up On The Roof and Saturday Night At The Movies.
Bernard Pinkney, 33, has been jailed for six years after admitting killing 28-year-old Kevin Molyneux.
"Breakfast at Ina's," a documentary about legendary Chicago restaurateur Ina Pinkney, will air for the first time at 8 p.m.
Rudolph Pinkney, a skilled cabinet maker, was the first to arrive, followed by wife Mavis.
Pinkney uses three distinct sections: "Daylight," "Darkness," and "Dawn." "Daylight" begins with King's January birthday, followed by the garbage collector's strike in Memphis, Tennessee, and the resulting protests.
Janine Pinkney was found behind the Palladium Shops, in Grove Hill, on March 8.
Katelyn Pinkney (12), Crystal Coyle (11) and Meredith Barwick-Plant (12) joined coaches Josh Mosavi and Tina Shaw at the prestigious event.