tonker

tonker

(ˈtɒŋkə)
n
someone who tonks
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Most were from Chelmsford, so I waded in with tales of older cricketers Trevor Bailey and Tonker Taylor.
Front: Jude Duffton, Jack Grimshaw, Aaron Brady, Matthew Clayton, Alex Lowe (zyhud071013kirkbur tonker) | GET A FOOT IN: Kirkburton's Maccon Ripley (red) steps into try and block Will Thompson''s clearance for Ratrick Pictures: Eric Kershaw (zyhud071013kirkrast2ker)
You see, it's like being shrunk and stuck inside your own Tonker toy.
Part of the Harvest Hawk conversion kit for the KC-130J tonker is the installation of an M299 rack under the port wing, to allow the carriage of four AGM-114P Hellfire laser-homing missiles.
RS says: All of those sound suspiciously like the sort of teams Melchester Rovers used to beat with last-minute goals from Tonker McQueen, don't you think?
Is a Land Rover a brilliant off-roader car, an energy-guzzling tonker toy or the preferred assault vehicle of countless foreign war lords?
Wideboy sports presenter Mike Tonker (Nick Hancock) introduced a re-run of a 25-year-old documentary about Third Division Bostock Stanley's unlikely FA Cup winning team - "An, if you will, SOCCumentary" said Tonker, paying homage to This Is Spinal Tap.
Nick Hancock, host of sports quiz show They Think It's All Over, proved he could handle a spot of acting as aspiring sportscaster Mike Tonker. There was more than a hint of Gary Lineker in his jokey patter, but it too began to sound tiresome.
Front row: Lewis Peters, Billy Hague, Ryan Brooke, James Capewell, Robert Smallman, Callum Lund Pictures: Eric Kershaw (zyhud230913kirkbur tonker)
Lewis, from Aldgate in London's East End, was a tonker. He won titles from feather up to middle, and even challenged Georges Carpentier (who belted him when he wasn't looking) for the light-heavyweight crown.