The usual enemy "stonk
" (artillery barrage) landed on the Squadrons' positions at around 8pm most nights and slit trenches were dug around the positions.
Whenever a stonk
of German shells or mortar rounds struck nearby, he took cover behind one of the knocked-out tanks, crowding in with the other infantry gathered there for protection.
Woolworths in Carmarthen, and I think it was 'The Stonk
' by Hale and Pace!
Some unlikely singing partnerships have been formed, from Sir Cliff Richard and The Young Ones singing Livin' Doll to comedians Hale and Pace with The Stonk
1991 wasn't much better - remember The Stonk
by Hale and Pace for Comic Relief?
It goes like the stonk
, riding out potholed surfaces like there's no tomorrow and makes it my number one choice in the all-new Seat Leon range.
Comedian Frankie Boyle tweeted in response: "Will happily perform at this year's Comic Relief if paid in guns." Al Murray, the Pub Landlord, referred to 1991 charity single The Stonk
and said: "A stonk
is a concentrated artillery barrage."
"Enoch and Plonk really does stonk
! My daughter adores her funky dresses and applique and I am over the moon with the British themed t.shirt and skirt Nicola has created for me!
One of the top levels of the vocabulary section has this selection on offer: What does the word "stonk
Rhyddhawyd eu hail EP, 'Chaviach / Bwthyn' yn 2008, a bydd eu halbwm newydd, 'Stonk
!' yn cael ei ryddhau yn fuan wedi Gwyl y Ffin.
EARTH 4 vexil MARS 12 demy emyd, 14 goaf, 17 jird, 20 glum, 22 wino PLUTO 19 hemin, 25 knots stonk
FINANCE TOTAL RETURN REFLECTS STOCK APPRECIATION AND INCLUDES STONK
SPLITS AND DIVIDENDS AS OF ([dagger]) AUG.