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(plural) the lay members of a male religious order

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Jonathan Seiling, and Ross Fair after him, argue that from 1793 to 1867, religious groups (mainly Quakers, Mennonites, and Tunkers [Brethren in Christ]) successfully argued their objection to war despite a hostile colonial militia environment, stalemated governments, decades of exemption penalties, and great social and financial cost.
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For years, the company Tunkers has offered airport service providers a modern transport system for baggage carts.