Tonk

(from the article `Inoue Yasushi`) ...it was followed by Tgy (1949; `The Bullfight`), which secured his reputation. Among his many other successes are the novel Tonk (1959; Tun-huang), ...
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Tonk

[card game] Tonk, or tunk is a matching card game, which combines features of knock rummy and conquian. Tonk is a relatively fast game that can be played during brief periods of time by varying numbers of players. In some places it is a popular pastime for workers on their lunch break. Tonk is usually played for money, with a stake agreed o...
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Tonk

[Lok Sabha constituency] Tonk Lok Sabha constituency was a Lok Sabha (parliamentary) constituency in Rajasthan state in India. It was abolished following the delimitation of parliamentary constituencies in 2008. ==Members of Parliament== ==Election results== ...
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Tonk

city, eastern Rjasthn state, northwestern India. It lies just south of the Bans River. The old walled town, which was capital of the former princely ...
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Tonk

Muscular or big people
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Tonk

To give the ball a good wallop, onomatopoeically named after the sound a good hit makes. See also twat, biff, thwack, belt, spank and leather
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Tonk

Tonk is slang for to kick something hard.
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