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Fink

(fink),
R.P., 20th-century U.S. anatomist. See: Fink-Heimer stain.
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Their combination of theoretical and practical skills blends well, providing a wide perspective on finked data issues.
In an accessible, funny and above all smart approach, Steven Fink writes persuasively about the good, the bad and the ugly of crisis communications, and shows how smart companies can be part of the good.
Finks of the division of gastrointestinal surgery at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.
He seems to be everywhere, advertising clothes (he's So Marks & Spencer, don't you fink?), newspapers (spot on there, though) and, of course, the World Cup itself.
"This is a child-centered event," says Finks. "We have lots of meet and greet; kids get to dress up and have their pictures taken.
Christopher and Kyndra Fink were accused of starving their son, David, because they believed the boy was the "Christ child" and fed him only watermelon and lettuce to keep him pure.
Fink's book is valuable for its emphasis on the need for original research in editorials.
Finks Krieg, Walser's newest novel, of course remains loyal to a seismograph's function, which is to register earthquakes; and he has been the German Federal Republic's seismograph of social and inner Befindlichkeiten ever since the fifties, when his stupendous career began.