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DINK

Double Income No Kids. An acronym coined in the 1990s for a committed or married adult couple without children who, because they have more disposable income, are often targeted by advertisers.
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In December 2015 the ystanbul Chief Public Prosecutor's Office accepted an indictment against a number of public officials on charges of negligence and misconduct in the Dink murder.
Some held banners referring to the events such as "become conscious of the genocide along with Hrant Dink".
"We, the Dink family, will not attend the hearings of the murder trial which is beginning again and will not be exploited by a game of the state machinery which mocks us." The letter said the courts had failed to respond to the family's request to investigate links to the case of people involved in the "Ergenekon" conspiracy to overthrow Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan's government.
In a 650-page report, the conclusion of which was posted on the president's website late on Monday, the DDK said security forces failed to act on tip-offs about a plan to murder Dink and called for the negligent officials to be investigated and tried.
"This government wants us to believe that Hrant Dink was killed ...
Dink was frequently criticized by Turkish nationalists, including top politicians and prosecutors, for saying the mass killing of Armenians by Ottoman Turks during World War I was genocide.
Dynamic Drivers of China's Consumer Market - the Middle Class, Modern Women and DINKs
Ag, dit moet maar doen, dink sy, en gaan weer die gang op studeerkamer toe.
Dink's comments, only the most extreme nationalists are prepared to condone the murder of such critics.
Chief prosecutor Ahmet Cokcinar said the teenager had confessed to killing Dink during initial questioning in Samsun.
Barry Stanton, the track's general manager, said: "Dink has been associated with Crayford for longer than I can remember.
The EuzgE-r DE-E-E-nce daily reported on Wednesday that Doy-an had criticized recent comments by Interior Minister Efkan Ala, who said if any evidence of negligence by Dinc in Dink's murder were to be found, he would have to leave his current job.