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STINT, Eng. law. The proportionable part of a man's cattle, which he may keep upon the common.
     2. To use a thing without stint, is to use it without limit.

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Filipina tennis hotshot Alex Eala is upbeat about her chances when she starts her first-ever US Open juniors stint on Sunday (Monday in Manila) against a tough 16-year-old from Australia.
[USA], Aug 3 (ANI): After her stint as the guest editor for British Vogue magazine, Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle is trying her hands at writing her first book with plans to becoming a published author.
Tariq Aziz had the credit of running the affairs of the club for the longest stint of 15 year.
Little stints are usually found busily feeding on the muddy edges of lakes, where they look for insects, worms and tiny shellfish.
Poland have appointed former international Jerzy Brzeczek as their new head coach in the wake of a disappointing World Cup campaign.The 47-year-old leaves his post with Wisla Plock to succeed Adam Nawalka, who ended a five-year stint at the helm after Poland finished bottom of Group H in Russia.
Espinas, 36, won five titles during his three-year stint as a backup big man for the Beermen.
The 49-year-old Dutchman has been handed a two-year deal and replaces countryman Henk ten Cate, who called it a day from coaching, following his two-and-a-half year stint. The club announced the appointment on social media as well as their official website on Saturday.
Emotionally, it was Audi, now bowing out of the WEC, that brought a tear to the eye, finshing their stint in endurance racing in superb style with a 1-2 victory.
After stints with Middlesbrough, Sheffield Wednesday and Newcastle, Charlton stepped up to lead the Republic of Ireland.
The 78-year-old Ashington native earned 106 England caps between 1958 and 1970, before short managerial stints with Preston and Wigan.
After faultless stints from Ahmad and Modell over the course of the opening four hours, matched by superb team-work during the pit-stops, Adam was scheduled to pilot the No.44 Aston Martin V12 Vantage GT3 for a double-stint during the last third of the night-time encounter.
That's the view of assistant coach Brett Hodgson after the prop forward did a couple of stints from the bench on a sunny day at the Select Security Stadium.