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Jinx

A slang term for Japanese securities markets.
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Jinks retired within himself--that being the only retirement he had, except the sofa-bedstead in the small parlour which was occupied by his landlady's family in the daytime--and Mr.
Catherine Jinks has always had the ability to take any topic and give it an original and often humorous twist and this book is no different.
The film follows the college years at Monsters University of one-eyed Mike Wazowski (voiced by Crystal) and big 'n' hairy Sulley (Goodman) as they become friends, learn how to be top scarers and get involved in all sorts of high jinks.
Andrew Jinks, 42, of Brisbane Court, Blackwood, was overpaid PS36,879.
Editors Popovic and Jinks advocate for the integration of counseling and coaching modalities to create a new professional niche described as personal consultancy.
Fridge Productions' producer and director David Jinks said: "We're absolutely thrilled to be shortlisted and acknowledged for the work we've done.
This new series kicks off when Benjamin Jinks sticky-tapes his little sister to the bed.
Judithann "Judy" Jinks of Eugene, formerly of Sacramento County, Calif.
Mickey and Minny Jinks sounds like a cinema cartoon, doesn't it?
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.
Wally Jinks, 51, shared pounds 2,033,705 with his pal Alan Stringer, 50, after they matched all six numbers in a rollover.
Grayshon goaled, then added a 20th-minute penalty after Jinks had banged over a long-range 10th-minute three-pointer.