tanky


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tanky

(ˈtæŋkɪ)
n, pl tankies
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) politics a member of the British Communist Party
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He said he had killed Sunni Tehreek's Qasim alias Pappu on Kashmir Road in 2010; in 2009 he killed another ST activist Sattar near Gora Qabrastan; also killed MQM-Haqiqi's Farooq alias Tanky and injured another Attaullah.
The chief minister said that people had not heard of Tanky Ground Liaquatabad.
You have a choice of two cars at the moment, the speedier sedan and the tanky military ARV.
My wife would have a cup of tea at home, walk to the Lambton and Hetton line at the bottom of their garden, getting into the cab of the "tanky" of the L and H engine, and have her bacon sandwich supplied by the fireman.
As one of the administration people familiar with the memoranda but not the contingency plans observed, "I think there was a lot of contingency planning, but just due to the nature of intelligence, I think they were the things that they were really worried about happening, but were more broad-term think tanky [such as] what were some general trends?
Sure, Leblanc destroys squishies but she also falls off hard late; especially against tanky champions.
STOKES Raymond (Tanky) Passed away at home on 4th June, aged 88.
Tanky was the best outfielder and catcher you could ever ask for.
However, such wines must be given an opportunity to off-gas tanky aromas, a tricky problem MOx does not address.