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  • 141Sink or Swim (Over My Dead Body album) — Infobox Album Name = Sink or Swim Type = studio Longtype = Artist = Over My Dead Body Released = July 29, 2003 Recorded = March ndash; April, 2003 Genre = Hardcore punk Length = 20:51 Label = Takeover/Indecision Records Producer = Paul Miner Over …

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  • 142Sink Pink — Infobox Hollywood cartoon cartoon name = Sink Pink series = Pink Panther caption = director = Friz Freleng Hawley Pratt animator = Laverne Harding Don Williams Manuel Perez Warren Batchelder Bob Matz Norm McCabe Tom O Loughlin Dick Ung voice… …

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  • 143sink or swim —    Of you are left to sink or swim, no one gives you any help and it s up to you whether you fail or succeed.   (Dorking School Dictionary)    ***    If someone has to sink or swim, they have to do something alone, and their success or failure… …

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  • 144Sink (computing) — In computing, a sink or event sink is a class or function designed to receive incoming events from another object or function. This is commonly implemented in C++ as callbacks. Object oriented languages, such as Java and C#, have built in support …

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  • 145Sink the Bismarck (disambiguation) — The Bismarck was a battleship of the German navy during WWII, named after Otto von Bismarck.* Sink the Bismarck! is a 1960 movie about the sinking of the Bismarck * Sink the Bismarck (song) is a 1960 Johnny Horton song inspired by the movie …

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  • 146Sink The Pink — Fly on the Wall (album) Pour les articles homonymes, voir Fly on the Wall. Fly on the Wall Album par AC/DC Sortie 28 juin 1985 …

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  • 147sink sth into sth — UK US sink sth into sth Phrasal Verb with sink({{}}/sɪŋk/ verb (sank, sunk) ► to invest a lot of money in something: »We sank all our savings into the business. »Many unions have sunk a lot of money into organizing in the past 20 years …

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  • 148sink into — phr verb Sink into is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑tooth Sink into is used with these nouns as the object: ↑apathy, ↑bog, ↑chair, ↑coma, ↑couch, ↑gloom, ↑oblivion, ↑obscurity, ↑recession, ↑ …

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  • 149sink\ one's\ teeth\ into — • get one s teeth into • sink one s teeth into v. phr. informal To have something real or solid to think about; go to work on seriously; struggle with. After dinner, John got his teeth into the algebra lesson. Frank chose a subject for his report …

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  • 150sink\ or\ swim — v. phr. To succeed or fail by your own efforts, without help or interference from anyone else; fail if you don t work hard to succeed. When Joe was fourteen, his parents died, and he was left by himself to sink or swim. Tom s new job was… …

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  • 151sink one's differences —    If people or organizations sink their differences, they decide to forget their disagreements.     We must sink our differences and build a peaceful community …

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  • 152sink (your) teeth into (something) — get/sink (your) teeth into (something) to start to do something with a lot of energy and enthusiasm. Up till then she d only had small parts in films and nothing she could get her teeth into. It s a really exciting project I can t wait to sink my …

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  • 153sink one's teeth — phrasal 1. : bite pleasure of sinking one s teeth into a succulent apple W.F.Hambly 2. : to deal directly with as a reality or a concrete matter explicitly set forth : to treat with as something substantial usually used with into stories such as… …

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  • 154sink one's teeth into — phrasal 1. to bite into 2. to eagerly devote one s attention to < likes to sink her teeth into a good book > …

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  • 155sink-and-draw — an angling retrieval technique where the lure is allowed to sink and then lifted by lowering and raising the rod …

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  • 156sink hole — noun A depression in the land formed from the collapse or erosion of the underlying rock or soil. Syn: cenote, dolina, shakehole, sink …

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  • 157sink one's teeth into — verb To become involved in; particularly in an enthusiastic manner. He cant wait to sink his teeth into the new project …

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  • 158Sink the Bismark! — Depuis 2010, la bière Sink the Bismark! («&#160;Coulez le Bismarck&#160;!&#160;» en anglais), de la brasserie écossaise BrewDog est la bière la plus forte du monde avec 41&#160;% vol. Il s agit d une bière artisanale à la production limitée et au …

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  • 159sink back against — phr verb Sink back against is used with these nouns as the object: ↑pillow …

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  • 160sink back into — phr verb Sink back into is used with these nouns as the object: ↑chair …

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