verb (used with or without object), shinned, shin·ning.
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Shin eventually escaped North Korean captivity while in Vienna.
One of the most famous directors of this era was Shin Sang-ok (신상옥).
Afraid the Korean secret police would not believe his kidnapping story, Shin settled in Hollywood.
An x-ray two hours later confirms my hunch: my tibia (the big bone behind the shin) is snapped clean in two.
So upon his release in 1997, Yousef agreed to a meeting with Shin Bet.
Scales of iron defended the shin and the thigh, sometimes the lower arm as well.Poitiers|Hilaire Belloc
Bresnahan went out to put on his chest protector and shin guards.Pitching in a Pinch|Christy Mathewson
"Let's ride home on it and save the cab fare," whispered Shin Shira, pulling me down to his level by my sleeve.
John's shin was badly bruised, and Perry Alford had wrenched his ankle.A Son of the City|Herman Gastrell Seely
I held it in my hand, and wished I could see what Shin Shira was doing at that moment.