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use "brink" in a sentence

I was on the brink of suicide in those first three years."""

Now the Huskies have pushed themselves to the absolute brink.

Brazil is a country that is not on the brink of a crisis, Levy said.

Beijing knows, of course, that Greece is on the brink of bankruptcy.

Brink is survived by his wife Karina, four children, and six grandchildren.

The UN has warned that Yemen is on the brink of collapse due to the conflict.

For example, it spiked in 2011 when Greece was on the brink of economic collapse.

Brink wrote his novels in English and Afrikaans, in an attempt to buck censorship.

He said the continued existence of the IRA had pushed the government "to the brink".

The newest range will be much larger and will accommodate larger weapons, Brink said.

With such severe political turmoil in the country, is Yemen on the brink of a civil war?

But Tsipras was forced to accept them as the country tottered on the brink of bankruptcy.

Greece steps back from the brink"" is how the Independent describes the situation."

The state's Public Service Commission was on the brink of conducting a formal investigation.

“I am overwhelmed by this,” he said, recalling how the country had been on the brink of war.

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