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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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Another one of Peter Bonk's children, Kenneth Bonk of Gardner, recalled that his grandfather once worked at the Heywood Wakefield furniture factory for $5 a week.
Bonk doubts that Western missionaries can shift from their affluence or begin insisting that missionaries lower their standards of living.
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Detroit 2, Ottawa 2: Radek Bonk and Alexandre Daigle scored third-period goals as the Senators erased a two-goal deficit to tie the Red wings in Kanata, Ontario.
With Pete Bonk and Cindy Vogel on board, WaveRider has built the strongest sales team in the wireless Internet access industry," said Bruce Sinclair, WaveRider president and CEO.
This is an exciting time in the evolution of our business," adds Peter Bonk, TTI's president and CEO.
HILLS have re-opened their Big Brother Bonk betting as lothario Mikey gets closer to entering his second conquest since entering the house.
Bonk, Chairman and CEO of Camelot Music Holdings, stated.
So they'll either bonk themselves to death or die from drugs.
Bonk, Camelot's president and chief executive officer.
DAVID SNEDDON believes the second series of Fame Academy will be looking for an on-screen bonk to help the ratings.
Bonk, president and chief executive officer of Camelot Music, said, "Camelot's acquisition of Spec's is consistent with our company's strategy of controlled growth.
Julia Bonk, 18, the country's youngest ever elected politician, stood on a non-party platform in parliamentary elections in Saxony last month.