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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.
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To sign up for the event, please call the Resource Centre on 024 7671 7522 and speak to Hugh Sorrill or one of the staff or call Robert Jinks at Guide Dogs on 07825 842774.
We have the culture, depth and breadth of an in-house-like boutique M&A firm," said Jinks, "and we partner with outside professionals, like tax and law firms, as well as third parties, such as Live Oak Bank.
Judithann "Judy" Jinks of Eugene, formerly of Sacramento County, Calif.
Jinks worked at corporate from 1981-1989 as senior vice president for news and returned to San Jose as publisher in 1989, retiring in 1994.
For further details, call Robert Jinks on 0121 444 1042 or robert.
Lynn Jinks now runs Table Tasks - a company that provides wedding breakfast entertainment which can range from the austere to laugh-out-loud fun and frolics, depending on the client.
Catherine Jinks has crafted a story set in medieval France about a feisty protagonist, Babylonne, the daughter of Pagan, featured hero in four previous books by Jinks.
Although the novel is based on the facts about the history of the family, Catherine Jinks has developed the characters in a masterful way with conversations and scenes that ring true.
Aldwinians hit back within seconds after Morpeth failed to deal with a kick over the top but the visitors got their second try after Jinks sliced through to touch down and convert.
No, but, like their series predecessors, these high jinks are destined to be swapped as awed recollections at dorm parties for years to come.
Extra time looked a certainty when Matt Jinks put over a 35m drop goal with the very last kick.
Professors Ryan Goodman and Derek Jinks have authored an important paper and have begun an important project: how the process of internalization of international law into national behavior transpires through the process of "socialization.