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blink

(blink),
To close and open the eyelids rapidly; an involuntary act by which the tears are spread over the conjunctiva, keeping it moist.
Synonym(s): wink

wink

(wingk)
To close and open the eyes rapidly; an involuntary act by which the tears are spread over the conjunctiva, keeping it moist.
[A.S. wincian]

wink

(wingk)
The brief, voluntary closure of one eye.

wink 

The rapid, voluntary closure and opening of one eye. See blink.
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"Winker Watson is in great form but he faces a stiff task at the weekend, obviously," said Chapple-Hyam.
With the Vodafone Derby in the bag thanks to Authorized's exploits, Chapple-Hyam can now look towards next season's Stan James 2000 Guineas as Winker Watson was cut to 10-1 from 16s with the sponsors.
Now six, Winker Watson, back on the track stud duties didn't work out, couldn't cope with Dream Ahead and company in Newmarket's Group 1 July Cup last time, but this should prove less exacting.
BACK ON TRACK: Winker Watson (pictured, far right, with Jimmy Fortune winning the TNT July Stakes at Newmarket in 2007) is set to make another assault on the big race after a year in stud
Winker improved on that run on his next start in the Sussex Stakes again over a mile at Good wood.
Totesport: 2-5 Henrythenavigator, 7-2 Ravens Pass, 14-1 Major Cadeaux, Tariq, 16-1 Winker Watson, 66-1 Dream Eater, 200-1 Windsor Palace.
MARCUS TREGONING may send impressive Kempton winner Il Warrd to the French 2,000 Guineas rather than in the English equivalent, as Winker Watson was ruled out of the opening Classic of the campaign.
Howard Winker and Todd Lamerton, who worked with Seymour for the Saks launch in 2003, have teamed with the actress and her husband and business partner James Keach to form the Birmingham, Ala.-based Sommerset Group to develop and market the new line.
Jesse Winker hit one in the series opener Thursday night.
High-class juvenile Winker Watson failed to reach the frame in six starts when returned to training last season.
IN 1998 it was an Argentinian diver, in 2002 it was a Swedish manager, in 2006 it was a Portuguese winker and this year it's three Uruguayan officials and an Italian coach.
"She was a really cool girl and we had a great time talking," British tabloid The Sun quoted the Portuguese winker as saying.