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  • His love of his profession helped to bring his career back from the brink.
  • These cast-off brinks were also used to build the large brick foundation.
  • In the next season he took them to the brink of European Football.
  • On the brink of becoming men, the group of boys is moved to join the army.
  • But on my way home, to the brink of death, they beat me like a common dog.
  • At the same time, the war brought both countries to the brink of economic disaster.
  • As a result, the two countries reach the brink of war.
  • However financial and staff problems brought the team to the brink of collapse.
  • Before serving in elected office, Brinks worked as an executive in a non-profit.
  • The nation has also been described as being on the brink of economic disaster due to these factors.
  • On a few occasions, the two regions were on the brink of civil war.
  • Misadventure has it that they only come together when he was at the brink of death.
  • Together with his manager Paul Brinks, he decided that making a movie would be good for his career.
  • He and other government leaders feared that the country was on the brink of revolution or civil war.
  • Neither party showed any inclination to back down, and the nation seemed on the brink of another civil war.
  • Carl has been known to be seriously ill many times, once on the brink of death.
  • Brink wrote fiction throughout her life, and added poetry and painting to her later accomplishments.
  • However, she was never in a position to control the country as a whole, which was on the brink of civil war.
  • Over time, people formed two lines, which were on the brink of the route and those who were along the railroad tracks.
  • Brink lost his friends in the process and started becoming like Val.
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Meaning of brink

  • noun A region marking a boundary
  • noun The edge of a steep place