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bonk

(bɔŋk)
1. tv. to strike one’s head. He bonked his head on the shelf.
2. tv. to strike someone on the head. I bonked John on the head.
3. tv. & in. to copulate [with] someone. (Usually objectionable.) She bonked him all night. At least that’s what he said.
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The presentations and responses were published simultaneously in Korean and English editions, edited by Bonk, under the title Accountability in Missions: Korean and Global Case Studies (2011).
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However, Bonk said that there are still some challenges and constraints that the Kingdom has to address on a number of issues relating to e-learning and distance education.
Three loud notes were distinctive and especially harsh, more discordant even than the Bonk of the Monteverde dialect.
Many people want their degrees but they just don't have the time capabilities," says Bonk, adding that WGU will "provide hope and a skill set that Indiana and other states need to get so many workers out of part-time jobs and into full-time employment.
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Jim Bonk, Steven Cushman, Tom Dalton, Irving Eisenberg, Chris Hansen, Barry Kohn, Glenda Moehlenpah, Dominique Molina, Scott Philips, Pat Schultz, Jeanne Shannon, John Stremlau and Mitch Williams participated in a tax hotline for the San Diego Union-Tribune Feb.
The strongest component in Norton's security box is its flagship AntiVirus feature (see review above), but its firewall will deliver you from several evils, albeit clumsily, and block three specific intrusion attempts: Bonk, RDS_Shell, and WinNuke.
Dump enough junk between the keys and the circuit board below--a "mini-computer" equipped with hundreds of pulsing electric circuit switches--will eventually bonk.
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This year will also see the publication of two new books by Maharaj: an extensive collection of essays designed by Ecke Bonk and given the Joycean title Works in Progress: Experiments in Think-speak-write Sequences 1 (INIVA) and A Strife of Tongues: Richard Hamilton/Marcel Duchamp/James Joyce (Typosophic Society), which Hamilton is designing.
A puppy who slammed into a freight train - and lived - went home Saturday afternoon with a new family and with his new name, Bonk.
In "Nobody," a hunky stud (Rui Pinto) tries to bonk his clueless girlfriend (Adriana Queiroz), but an even hunkier gay lover (Benvindo Fonseca) turns the tables, forcing him into the girl's role.