Synonyms for winken or Related words with winken

grzeszczuk              marpe              bjrn              jojic              kuzmych              klinke              rickerts              wrobel              tennican              jrg              arulampalam              granzow              smeds              berven              niederwieser              smink              lukac              heier              howdle              uhlemann              zellmer              munkberg              yalagandula              fredericksen              beeckler              monz              delori              augenstein              bolcskei              stintzing              krizhevsky              rentsch              baratoff              skakkebaek              thibos              jrgen              illangaskare              hinderling              socher              solbach              sjberg              schlotter              leosson              lordanescu              morken              abeln              burget              wacaser              dragoi              helmers             



Examples of "winken"
His real name is Tom Winken. Torch was born in Botany Bay, New South Wales, Australia.
Posthumously honored by the National Sculpture Society, his public monuments were few—but the Eugene Field Memorial ("Winken, Blinken, and Nod") can still be found in the Lincoln Park Zoo, Chicago.
The statue of Hans Christian Andersen by Johannes Gelert (1896) on Stockton Drive near Webster Avenue provides a tribute to the Danish storyteller. The Eugene Field Memorial (1922) designed by Edward McCartan remembers the "Chicago Daily News" columnist and poet who wrote "Little Boy Blue" and "Winken, Blinken, and Nod." William Ordway Partridge's statue of William Shakespeare (1894) provides a third great story-teller in Lincoln Park. This seated Shakespeare provides a lap for children to climb onto. A bust of Sir Georg Solti, the former conductor of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, was also situated in the Lincoln Park Conservatory's formal garden until its relocation to Grant Park in October, 2006. Statues honoring the German poets Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and Friedrich Schiller can also be found in Lincoln Park. The large Goethe statue is located near Diversey Parkway and Stockton Drive. The smaller Schiller statue is located near the western entrance to the zoo.