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a subtle quality underlying or felt to underlie a situation, action, or person

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a slight suggestion or vague understanding

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The acquisition provides Inkling with growth capital and operational support to help the company realise its vision to power deskless workforces.
Marie Szuts is vice president of people and culture at Inkling.
Inkling lets enterprises communicate with deskless workers and enables measurement of employee engagement and compliance.
ACTRESS Carmina Villaroel admitted on Sunday that she had no inkling that her former husband Rustom Padilla was gay.
Tim Rowlands, curator of mammals, said: "Our rhino keeping team, and indeed the rhinos themselves, have had the most fantastic few months with three black rhino calves arriving and clearly our Indian rhinos weren't tour Indian rhino Asha was pregnant, it was just that, an inkling and a hunch that comes with experienced keepers.
Publisher of guidebooks Lonely Planet announced on Wednesday that its new series of e-books: Best Trips are available through Inkling, an interactive content publishing platform.
I had an inkling that if I could find some way to get inside the meaning of the poems and capture something of the sound and feel and humor of them, I might also begin to appreciate something deeper and more subtle about the country and its people.
then this optimism can become an inkling, that inkling can grow to a feeling, from a feeling we may lurch to profiting.
Interactive textbooks developer Inkling announced today the availability of The Professional Chef from The Culinary Institute of America (CIA) on iPad.
VICTORIA Beckham looked chic but not cheerful in Moscow yesterday - maybe she had an inkling hubby David had got another inking.
You may have driven by hundreds of times without an inkling of what lies within: swimming pools, a spa, and fitness classes from hula to yoga, all surrounded by Berkeley's knockout trails.
A subsequent chapter describes the dozens of times where Inklings became characters in one of their writings, where characteristics of Inklings became features of book characters (Priscilla Tolkien was convinced that the Ransom of Lewis's trilogy was based on her father), where poems referred to events in the lives of other Inklings, where books were dedicated to other Inklings, where reviews were written about one another's books, where the writings of another Inkling was credited as an influence in one's own work (Barfield's Poetic Diction being very influential in Lewis's thinking), or where memorial articles, memoirs, or obituaries were written by Inklings about one another.
As each step dissolves in the wet sand The voices inside my head grow softer And a strange new feeling creeps up on me A restlessness in the pit of my stomach, An inkling of a long-forgotten empire, A knowledge at once deeper than the sea And smaller than a grain of sand.
Also for Tolkien fans from Inkling Press is Michael W.
In chapter two, Glyer cites numerous examples of situations in which an Inkling or Inklings aided another in terms of moral support.