Definition of Pinkos
1. Noun. (plural of pinko) ¹
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Definition of Pinkos
1. pinko [n] - See also: pinko
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Literary usage of Pinkos
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Jews in the Diplomatic Correspondence of the United States by Cyrus Adler (1906)
"In the frequent interviews of the consul-general with the police authorities no charges or intimations were ever made that pinkos was other than a peaceable ..."
2. A Digest of the International Law of the United States: Taken from Documents by Francis Wharton (1887)
"But such a charge does not appear to have been brought against Mr. pinkos; and it is confidently submitted to His Majesty's Government whether in the event ..."
3. American Jewish Year Book by American Jewish Committee, Jewish Publication Society of America (1904)
"His answer in the case of pinkos was that all the acts complained of were in strict accordance with the laws. In my effort to investigate the question I had ..."
4. Termination of the Treaty of 1832 Between the United States and Russia by William Gibbs McAdoo, Louis Marshall, Oscar Solomon Straus, Mayer Sulzberger (1911)
"While the correspondence with reference to the attempted expulsion of pinkos was proceeding, pinkos left Russia with his family, because "he had made up his ..."
5. International Law by Thomas Baty (1909)
"In the case of pinkos,1 the Russian Foreign Minister hoped " that accord in the appreciation of the affair will not fail to be established, ..."
6. House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th Congress, 2d by United States Congress. House (1881)
"pinkos' case: further correspondence with Russian Government deemed unnecessary, as pinkos has left the country. Xo. 27.—Jews in Russia ; caso of Henry ..."
7. A Digest of International Law: As Embodied in Diplomatic Discussions by John Bassett Moore, Francis Wharton (1906)
"It appears from the latter despatch that pinkos has been allowed to remain ... Mr. Hoffman does not specifically state that Mr. pinkos or the other Jews ..."