tonker

tonker

(ˈtɒŋkə)
n
someone who tonks
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Most were from Chelmsford, so I waded in with tales of older cricketers Trevor Bailey and Tonker Taylor.
You see, it's like being shrunk and stuck inside your own Tonker toy.
Part of the Harvest Hawk conversion kit for the KC-130J tonker is the installation of an M299 rack under the port wing, to allow the carriage of four AGM-114P Hellfire laser-homing missiles.
RS says: All of those sound suspiciously like the sort of teams Melchester Rovers used to beat with last-minute goals from Tonker McQueen, don't you think?
But the highlight of the album is its opener and lead single, ``All Jacked Up,'' a blazing honky tonker about one too many beers, drunken bar-room brawls and wrecked trucks - you know, the stuff of good country music.
Professor Joe Tonker, a regular since the second week Loaf 'n Latte opened and regular commentator on local activities and businesses, mentioned the crowd to Ms.
Is a Land Rover a brilliant off-roader car, an energy-guzzling tonker toy or the preferred assault vehicle of countless foreign war lords?
Wideboy sports presenter Mike Tonker (Nick Hancock) introduced a re-run of a 25-year-old documentary about Third Division Bostock Stanley's unlikely FA Cup winning team - "An, if you will, SOCCumentary" said Tonker, paying homage to This Is Spinal Tap.
Nick Hancock, host of sports quiz show They Think It's All Over, proved he could handle a spot of acting as aspiring sportscaster Mike Tonker.
Lewis, from Aldgate in London's East End, was a tonker.
Like Spinal Tap, it was built around a spoof documentary, tracing Third Division Bostock's freak path to glory, being re-screened as part of a 25th anniversary dinner as ambitious sports reporter Mike Tonker (Nick Hancock) plots to reveal outtakes that will scupper the career of veteran anchorman Gerry Tudor (Neil Pearson), who originally made it.