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flinch

a card game in which players build sequences
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In Fannie Never Flinched, Mary Cronk Farrell charts her heroine's transformation from sweatshop worker to union president and martyred protester.
The only thing is, last week we had an argument and all he did was move his hand slightly while he was talking and I flinched, as if he was going to hit me.
This got on Dann's nerves; he threw another clod but missed again, and it never even flinched. I had my bayonet fixed and made a lunge at it; it sprung out of the way for me all right, but had another intent look at Dann before it disappeared over the top.
So we filmed this shot of the explosion and I remember thinking back then if they told me I could stand 15 feet away from a car while it explodes in a music video, I wouldn't have flinched.
Talking to a private TV channel he stated that history of MQM witness to the fact that MQM never flinched and resolved that MQM was committed to defend itself against the cases disclosed under NRO.
TOKYO - Tokyo stocks opened lower Tuesday as investors flinched from renewed credit fears plaguing U.S.
"You could tell it was a Rottweiler when we were cutting the panels ( it never flinched."
Dr Gibbons has not flinched in accepting that it's his responsibility but the time for talking has gone.
He forced the baby to smoke cannabis and terrorised him so much he flinched when Lloyd entered the room.
The recent headline-grabbing case of the laptop flinched from the Department of Veterans Affairs was notable, in part, because the machine contained 26.5 million personnel records.