stronk

stronk

slang Strong. An intentional misspelling used for ironic or humorous effect. A: "Dude, check out this photo." B: "Whoa, wasn't expecting some stronk kangaroo!" Hey, fam! Here's a photo of me at the gym getting stronk!
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Els Stronk's essay "No Home Grown Products: Illustrated Biblical Poems in the Dutch Republic," questions the degree to which the Dutch book market could be described as open and tolerant (221).
Stronk essentially deny that Ctesias was a historian at all.
/ Haar mes gly deur die parenchiem / van stronk, blom-aggregaat en steel.
Stronk, 42, of Junction City, and Angela Dietrich, 30, of Springfield.
Die eet van die piesangs word gelaai met seksuele suggestie: Hester loop met hulle "teen haar bors gedruk", sy skeur die skil los dat dit aan die stronk bly hang, "geel en bruin gestippel van buite, met 'n klam, melerige draderigheid van binne".
Groothoff, J.W., Grootenhuis, M.A., Offrings, M., Stronks, K., Hutten, GJ., & Heymans, H.S.A.
Joseph Stronks has joined the bank as Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer.
Joseph Stronks as its executive vice president, chief operating officer.
(18.) Nyaaba GN, Stronks K, De-Graft Aikins A, Kengne AP, Agyemang C.
Stronks, "Body size preference and body weight perception among two migrant groups of non-Western origin," Public Health Nutrition, vol.
Gubbels JS, Kremers SPJ, Droomers M, Hoefnagels C, Stronks K, Hosman C, et al.