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Tong

An ancient Indian unit of area approximately equivalent to 1/32 hectare.
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Tong Tong could perhaps try to control his credit card spending after hearing the announcement from his CEO.
A line of mold-lift tongs for use in mold fabrication, maintenance, or repair has been redesigned by Bermer Precision Products, Southbridge, Mass.
Surveys with patent tongs provide absolute quantification (number of individuals per unit area) of oyster stocks but are more labor intensive.
Because of their low cost, these one-use tongs can be disposed of after use, eliminating cleaning and sterilizing procedures, as well as the risk of contamination.
Klale escapes her Guild and flees to a post-apocalyptic Vancouver, run by gangs called tongs and full of nameless dangers.
If stainless steel tongs, plastic or wood utensils don't grab you as summertime salad servers, check out Fiesta Tongs.
The tools can be hooked together to become one piece that functions as a pair of tongs.
It is 1968, but only the faintest whiff of ``swinging'' England has filtered into this drab, graffiti-spattered district where the walls outside a desolate housing project proclaim the turf as belonging to a youth gang called the Tongs.
Tongs and spatulas flew in a heated competition that pitted 11 of America's top grillers against each other at the national Battle of the PAM-azing Grillers final grill-off in New York City, sponsored by PAM for Grilling(R).