smh.com.au/news/After-Saddam … 37616.html

(Damn even the word bush was changed to Bush… This site is way too politically correct. I saw some thread where this expression was deemed to be racist in nature. However some expressions like the headline get auto changed to the a chink in the armour… Can you see anything racist in the headline of this newspaper? No, I thought not… Rather silly. If I say there is a chink in the fence it looks like this a chink in the fence. Webster defines chink as “narrow opening”. but here this is what happens when you write the word chink: chink)

Pronunciation: chingk

WordNet Dictionary

Definition: [n] a short light metallic sound
[n] a narrow opening as e.g. between planks in a wall
[n] offensive terms for a person of Chinese descent
[v] make cracks or chinks in; “The heat checked the paint”
[v] fill the chinks of, as with caulking
[v] make or emit a high tinkling sound