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Kink

In auto sales, a problem with a sales contract that prevents a deal from closing. A kink results from misrepresentation by one side or the other, or simply from a mistake in drawing up the contract.
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Kink looks set to be involved " tonight in Caley Thistle's rescheduled Scottish Cup quarter-final.
In general, the haze is highly dependent on the type of rcPP, and the kink resistance can be optimized by tube dimension and multi-layer composition.
Renewed interest in The Kinks has been kindled by a recent, and continuing, re-release programme that should ultimately see their entire catalogue available in remastered form complete with copious bonus tracks.
However, talking to the Inverness Courier, Kink insists he wasn't given an opportunity to prove himself.
Since appearing at The Cavern in 1964, the Kinks have always enjoyed a big following in Liverpool, where their refusal to conform has always been appreciated, kindred spirits in a rebel city.
Despite this, The Kinks have never been especially fashionable and tend to be regarded these days as just another 60s nostalgia act.
PAINFUL Boro boss Strachan IT'S TAR VERY MUCH Tarmo Kink smashes home the winner for Boro last night
The kink test only applies to assets that were held on March 31, 1982 and works to exempt that part of the gain which accrued prior to March 31, 1982.
Stuart (Bronson) and Gotch Kink (Delon) are the leaders of a gang of merciless bandits, who attack a special train heading to Washington.
In an early moment in 'da Kink in my hair, Enid, expressing her desire for love-or at least a man to share her sweet potato pie with--asks, "Can I get a witness?
Hey Angel, we should use this triple kink lipslide in the next mag.
Perhaps the biggest kink is an odor that prompted so many citizen complaints that Missouri's Attorney General filed a lawsuit last spring.