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tonk

(tɒŋk)
vb
informal to strike with a heavy blow
[C20: of imitative origin]

tonk

(tɒŋk)
n
slang Austral an effete or effeminate man
[C20: origin unknown]
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Prescott overcame Amery's Peter Tonks, 21-15, in a high-quality final.
Vic Tonks was one of the founders of Telford & Wrekin People's Association, a non-aligned group created in October 2004 amid outrage at the proposals by Telford & Wrekin Council.
RUGBY By PAUL BOLTON mail.sport@birminghammail.co.uk ENGLAND Sevens international wing Mason Tonks has signed for the Worcester Warriors' Academy.
Full-back Greig Tonks kicked all of the Irish points with five penalties.
Lynn Tonks, 50, left the strangers scarred for life after deciding to "teach the young men a lesson".
GREIG TONKS reckons Saturday's epic win over Australia is the highlight of his Scotland career but has now turned his thoughts to seeing off Fiji.
It was a decent night's work too for Dave Tonks and his fighters at the Robin Park Centre in Wigan.
But as Edinburgh's bench began to make an impact the momentum of the contest looked to have shifted decisively to the Scottish side when Cornell Du Preez and Alex Toolis crossed for tries and Greig Tonks converted the latter to give them a two-point lead.
Rosemary Tonks, Bedouin of the London Evening: Collected Poems.
But they surrendered their commanding lead and in the end were lucky not to suffer a shock defeat to the Italians, Burleigh powered through two challenges to reach the line - Greig Tonks adding the extras.
Early aggression had already seen Edinburgh close to opening the tryscoring when scrum-half Sam Hidalgo-Clyne was bundled into touch in the left corner from a blindside snipe, but there was no stopping Visser when the Newcastle old boy chased Greig Tonks' kick ahead for a try down the same side.