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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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Apart from Bong Go, Harry Roque and Francis Tolentino have also been mentioned," Andanar said.
As we have witnessed during the Senate hearing on the Navy's Frigate Acquisition Project, SAP Bong Go is not one to falter in despair of such issues - and in this context - character assassination.
Bong had "strong personal mitigation", including longstanding mental health problems, and there was a "realistic prospect of rehabilitation", said the judge.
Brighton boss Chris Hughton said: "Gaetan Bong has reported Jay Rodriguez for something that has been said to him.
Bong always wanted to make genre films, (15) but he uses the prism of genre to offer 'historical, political background' and explore elements of Korean society.
But the bongs will still be halted after noon on Monday so the work on the Elizabeth Tower and the clock and bell it houses can begin.
She told the people of Bong County that she wanted to complete the road during her administration but there was a small problem that caused the delay by the people who did the study for the road including the deadly Ebola, which delayed the getting the road started in time.
Brad Pitt, Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner, Lewis Taewan Kim, Dooho Choi, Woo-sik Seo and Bong Joon Ho are producers on the film.
Bong Bong is running mate to presidential hopeful Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago.
Bong Joon-ho's career is inextricably intertwined with the history of Korean national cinema.
OppenheimerFunds said it has added Nancy Bong as strategic account manager on its team that covers private clients, bank trusts and family offices.
Bong Veterans Historical Center look like an airplane hangar.
David Bong is back in the CEO spot at Avant Assessment, the web-based language assessment company he co-founded in 2001.
Two decades into a second Ice Age, a few thousand human survivors live out their days aboard a state-of-the-art luxury train in "Snowpiercer," an enormously ambitious, visually stunning and richly satisfying futuristic epic from the gifted Korean genre director Bong Joon-ho ("The Host" "Memories of Murder").
Born in 1920 to a father who, at the age of five, had immigrated to the United States with his family from Sweden and an American-born mother of Irish, Scottish, and English descent, Dick Bong was reared on a farm a few miles west of Poplar and some 15 miles southeast of Superior, Wisconsin.