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A wink is a facial expression in which one eye is briefly closed. Wink or Winks may also mean:
- Wink Davenport, American former volleyball player and father of tennis player Lindsay Davenport
- Don Martindale (born 1963), National Football League linebackers coach and former defensive coordinator
- Winston Conrad Wink Martindale (born 1934), US game show host
- Wink (surname), a list of people named Wink or Winks
- Apache Wink, a framework for creating and consuming RESTful Web services
- Wink Technologies, a US-based people search engine.
- WINK (disambiguation), multiple television and radio stations
- Wink (animated file), an instant messaging feature
- Wink (tutorial software), a free computer program for creating tutorials and presentations
- wink pulsing, a signal in telephony
- Wink (band), a female Japanese pop duo
- "Wink" (song), a song by Neal McCoy
- A disc-shaped playing piece in the game tiddlywinks
- "The Wink" (Seinfeld), an episode of the TV show Seinfeld
- Wink (comics), a Korean comics anthology magazine published by Seoul Munhwasa
- Wink (Marvel Comics), a Marvel Comics supervillain
TV or radio stations
- WINK-TV, the CBS-affiliated television station for Southwest Florida that is licensed to Fort Myers
- WINK-FM, a radio station licensed to Fort Myers, Florida
- WINK, former call letters for WJUA, a radio station licensed to Pine Island Center, Florida
- WINQ ("WINK Country 98.7"), a radio station licensed to Winchester, New Hampshire
- WNNK-FM ("Wink 104"), a radio station serving the Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, area
- WNKI ("Wink 106"), a radio station licensed to Corning, New York
- Wink (soft drink), a grapefruit based soft drink
- Wink, Texas, a city
- WINKS, an acronym for the market segment "Women with Incomes and No Kids"
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