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Google previewMerry wives of Windsor; Twelfth night (1813)

by William Shakespeare

A pink is a vessel of the small craft ...

Google previewSt. Mary's Chimes (1918)

For instance, a narrow-sterned boat is called a pink and so is the European minnow ; but the worst application is pink eyes. Of course, that's a disease, and your eyes nearly close and turn very pink. There is even a race of people whose eyes ...

Google previewSupreme Court

a Pink is an Ingrate, who is in rebellion against everything from the parents who bore him—to the country which nurtured him . . . In terms of our proverbs, you have heard of the dog that bites the hand which feeds it . . . In human terms, a ...

Google previewPsychology I Super Review (2012)

by Research & Education Association Editors

A deep red is a highly saturated red; whereas a pink is a desaturated red. Saturation produces a “red red” or a “green green.” As the intensity of the light increases the light will appear brighter. Brightness is an aspect of both color ( chromatic) ...

Google previewThe Plays and Poems of William Speakspear (1821)

by Edmond Malone

A pink is a vessel of ...

Google previewThe Doctors' Dictionary, 2nd edition (2011)

A medical dictionary written by a doctor for doctors by Joseph C Segen

See Hereditary spherocytosis pink tetralogy of Fallot A variant of Fallot's tetralogy * in which the pulmonary stenosis is moderate and a balanced shunt across the ventricular septum allows a pink skin and adequate oxygenation of haemoglobin, ...

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