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use "stink" in a sentence

He is distinctedly memorable for his moustache and 'stink lines'.

But by the time the fleet reached Ha apai the corpse started so to stink that the adventure was to abandoned.

Jude also hardly bathes ; as a result, his friends have become used to the "faint lingering
(mean) skew wiff (unlevel, not straight) suffun (something) terl (towel) ticker (heart as in "you got a dodgy ticker there bor?".

When other people borrow things from you, if you have them don't be stingy.

Denver looked strong early and led the visiting 49ers 13-3 at halftime, but San Francisco used a stingy goal-line defense and a heavy dose of NFC rushing champ Frank Gore to take a lead late into the second half.

The Fever's offense, led by QB Brian Baker, sputtered a bit in the first half scoring only 14 points against a stingy Shock defense.

Immediately after, the US and other Western nations were criticised first by the UN and then by The New York Times for not giving enough and being "stingy".

Finally, Dunlop blackmails the team's stingy General Manager Joe McGrath (played by Strother Martin ) to tell him who the Chiefs' owner is.

Eventually, Dardarot provides him with 100,000 gold coins (confiscated earlier from a stingy human), with the indication that he is to marry and live with his human wife for ten years.

Being stingy Ok, so the science is novel and exciting, but what about the costs? Since I was first on the mailing list I was a bit stingy about myself.

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