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Synonyms for bong

to give forth or cause to give forth a clear, resonant sound

Words related to bong

a dull resonant sound as of a bell

Related Words

ring loudly and deeply

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We thank David Bell, Jacqueline Gindler, Olga Henao, Moses Kerkula-Jeuronlon, James Lange, Heather Lorenzen, Mutaawe Arthur Lubogo, Philip McKay, Sam Sampson, health care providers at the Bong County Ebola Treatment Unit, and the US Navy Mobile Laboratory (LCDR Micheal Gregory, LT James Regeimbal Jr.
Avant has been working on the project for the past year and has been delivering the tests across the Middle East since May, Bong said.
Bong will buy the Tyvek material from DuPont's Luxembourg plant and convert it into finished products in its production sites around Europe, predominantly in Wuppertal, Germany.
And that image does not comply with bongs and other drug paraphernalia.
In ruling against Frederick, the court has muddled the teaching of Tinker and has made it easier for hypercautious school officials to clamp down on a wide range of student speech, some of which will be more serious than the bong banner.
Remember the old Musical Youth song, Pass The Dutchy (dee bong bong diddilly diddilly bong)?
LONDON, June 17 /PRNewswire/ -- A radical initiative aimed at greater supply chain transparency has been announced by Dr Bert Bong, Manager of Finished Vehicle Logistics at Ford Europe and Automotive Logistics is pleased to announce its involvement in the scheme.
In the latest edition, Ganjaman - created by Glaswegian Jim Stewart, 39 - battles Doctor Bong, who poisons cigarettes so smokers become flesh-eating zombies.
Authorities carried out a strict inspection of the Man Gyong Bong on Monday when it made a port call at Niigata-Nishi Port in Niigata, and subjected crewmen, passengers and their baggage to rigorous immigration checks.
The immigrant story set forth in Noel Alumit's poignant first novel, Letters to Montgomery Clift, provides both perspectives, as its hero, Bong Bong, must deal with growing up gay in an adoptive family as well as learning to survive as a member of an ethnic minority in the U.
This fact comes as a welcome surprise, since the parents of Alumit's literary alter ego--a lonely gay kid named Bong Bong--end up tortured by the Marcos regime in the Philippines during the late 1970s.
Tiny Planets features the furry duo Bing and Bong who travel the universe on a fluffy sofa using their expertise to solve problems in other worlds.
You just don't know when the bong is going to BONG and unless you shout STOP before it does, you don't win a thing
The Swedish company Bong, Europe's largest envelope manufacturer, is to set up a system for trading via the Internet.
Born in Los Angeles in June of 1943, Thomas Bong was educated at the Webb School of California and Stanford University.